Hi, The xml functionality in `ncdump` is probably too limited for what you need; a better option would be the NetCDF Operators package maintained by Charlie Zender: * http://nco.sourceforge.net/ Once installed, you should be able to get the full XML output from the files as follows: $ ncks --xml [file] I hope this helps! -Ward > Good day, > > Working on a project which requires us to look at NetCDF data, especially > the raw data. Discovered the ncdump program which is what I was looking > for but I have a question. How do you extract the raw data into the XML > format? Looking over the directions, one would assume it would be: > > ncdump -x nameoffile.nc but that only outputs the xml headers. > > How do you get all the raw data into the xml format? The reason I ask > this, the files I am working with are 62mb and if I can get each variable > in the respective xml format, I can inject that data into the program I am > using. > > One example of the files we are using is located here: > > ftp://jon:address@hidden/uni/nwm.t00z.long_range.channel_rt_1.f012.conus.nc_georeferenced.nc > > We are using a windows 7 and windows 10 OS. > > Also if you have another program I should use, I would be more then happy > to try it out. Any help or directions would be much appreciative. > > Cheers, > > -- > *Jonathan **Kratenstein *|Customer Support Analyst & Meteorologist > *w:* 978 983 6350 IBM CRADA Meteorologist > * e:* address@hidden > *e: address@hidden > <address@hidden>* > > WSI is now The Weather Company, an IBM Business > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: YNV-233539 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed =================== NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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