Greetings Alex, > Hi, > > I am very new to the api. Welcome to netCDF-Java! > My ultimate goal is to translate raw gfs data > into a table in memory with 3 columns long, lat and temp. > Is this doable using java api? Could you point me to the right direction? > > I am parsing the file fine and creating the dataset, I am having problems > understanding how I can output the table and what classes should I use. If I understand correctly, you wish to extract long, lat, and temp, and save the data in something like a comma delimited ASCII file? This is indeed possible; however, for clarification purposes, what is your planned use for the data once you have extracted long, lat, and temp? Also, where are you obtaining the GFS data? I ask because their may be a very easy way to get what you desire. Cheers! Sean > > Thank you in advance, > > Alex. > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: MIY-264031 Department: Support netCDF Java Priority: High Status: Open
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