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[Miscellaneous #XAD-164809]: data for specifikke gridceller

Hi Lau Gede,

> Jeg arbejder pà at downloade noget data fra jeres klimamodel pÃ
> http://klimagroenland.dmi.dk.
> Jeg er interesseret i data fra nogle bestemte gridceller men kan ikke
> finde ud af at fà vist data fra fÃrre celler end stort set hele
> datasÃttet.
> Jeg har vedhÃftet to billeder af hvordan jeg forsÃgt at vÃlge celler.
> Den fÃrste mulighed giver mig hele datasÃttet, men mit internet
> crasher nÃr jeg prÃver at kopiere det over i excel.
> Den anden mulig giver fÃlgende fejlmeddelelse:
> "Error: Error parsing the text on line 1 at or near: Error
> The descriptor object returned from the dataset was null.
> Check that the URL is correct."
> Er det muligt at fà lidt vejledning i hvordan man udvÃlger enkelte celler?
> Mvh Lau Gede Petersen
> Hej igen.
> Jeg nÃÂÂede frem til hvordan man gÃÂÂr.
> Men tak alligevel
> Mvh Lau Gede Petersen

Two quick comments about your inquiry:

- because of the small size of our group, we do not have anyone on staff
  who can respond to inquiries in languages other than English

- after reading the (poor) Google Translate translation (included below) of
  your inquiry, I believe that you may need to contact the Danish Meteorological
  Institute (DMI) for guidance on how to access the data that they, not we, are
  making available in http://klimagroenland.dmi.dk.

  If your objective is to convert data stored in a netCDF file to CSV (comma
  separated value) for import into Microsoft Excel, then the following
  software may be of help to you:

Unidata HomePage:

  Software -> netDF

    Documentation & Training

      A list of software and other interfaces for manipulating or displaying 
netCDF data

The last page contains links to packages ** provided and maintained by others 
** that
are useful for doing a variety of things with data in netCDF files.  The one 
looks most promising for what I think is your objective is:

Excel Use

Several packages are available for accessing netCDF data from Microsoft Excel, 
the netcdf4excel add-in for Excel, and a Scientific Dataset (SDS) Library that 
supports a
DataSetEditor add-in for Excel to view and modify various forms of data, 
including netCDF. 

From what I see, DMI makes data available in netCDF format:


Data access

Data can be accessed by direct download of netCDF data files or by using
an OPeNDAP (formerly DODS) client, which makes it possible to extract
subareas and subperiods in order to minimize download time. Please refer
to the software pages at UCAR for detailed descriptions on how to use netCDF
and OPeNDAP. 

We wish you the best of luck in your efforts!

> Google Translate translation of original emails:
> Hey.
> I work p to download some data from your climate model p
> http://klimagroenland.dmi.dk.
> I am interested in data from certain grid cells but can not
> figure out how to f show data from frre cells than almost all
> datasttet.
> I have vedhftet two pictures of how I forsgt to vlge cells.
> Then the first option gives me all datasttet, but my internet
> No crashes I try to copy it into excel.
> The second possible gives the following error message:
> "Error: Error parsing the text on line 1 at or near: Error
> The descriptor object returned from the dataset was null.
> Check att URL is correct. "
> Is it possible to f little guidance on how to udvlger individual cells?
> Hello again.
> I'm following up on how to gr
> But thanks anyway
> Sincerely Lau Goat Petersen


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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: XAD-164809
Department: Support netCDF
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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