Hello Caleb, Unfortunately, `NetCDF4Excel` is not a plugin/software that we have anything to do with. Unidata maintains the C, Fortran, C++, Python and Java interfaces used by software developers to write programs/scripts which can read/write netCDF data. I don't have Excel installed on my computer, so I cannot try to duplicate this issue; and since I have no experience with the plugin, I cannot even hazard a 'best guess' at this point. I did a search and it looks like you can request support from the netCDF4excel plugin here: http://netcdf4excel.github.io/. Hopefully they will be able to provide you with some useful guidance; I wish I could provide additional information, or anything directly useful, but I cannot. Have a great day, hopefully they will be able to help you in short order; good luck with your studies! -Ward > Hello, > > My name is Caleb, and I'm a graduate student with James Cook University - > Townsville, Australia. I'm working on a project involving lake level data > (elevation) and climate cycles, and I'm trying to use a climate program out > of the Netherlands (Climate Explorer). However, this program requires data to > be in netCDF format, and my internet search has led me to you. > > > I have a relatively small excel file (102 lines, columns A-M) that I'm trying > to convert to be able to use for the Climate Explorer program, and it seems > that I cannot find a way to do it. > > > I've downloaded and installed the netcdf4excel add-in, but there seems to be > an issue. To be completely honest, it may be at my end as I'm out of my > element here, and I'm really hoping to learn something. The issue is that > when I try to 'Save File' through the netcdf command menu, a message comes up > stating "Error : Could not find NC_Info sheet". As mentioned, it may be that > I'm not using your program as designed, since I'm on Windows 10, and the > latest edition of Excel. But I'm out of options, and thought I would ask. Do > you have any recommendations that could help me? Is there any help you can > provide? > > > Any assistance, advice, or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. > > > Thank you, in advance, and enjoy your day! > > > Kind regards, > > Caleb Puszkiewicz > > Bachelor of Geology (Honours student) > > James Cook University - Townsville > > email: address@hidden > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: NTU-398056 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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