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[python #QOU-764758]: Writing int attributes with Python netCDF4 ?



Hi,

The easiest way is to use the NumPy type corresponding to what you want, in 
this case numpy.int32:

    from netCDF4 import Dataset
    import numpy as np
    nc = Dataset('test3.nc', 'w')
    nc.myattr = np.int32(5)
    nc.close()

    nc = Dataset('test3.nc')
    print(type(nc.myattr))  # Prints "numpy.int32"


Hope this helps,

Ryan

> Hello -
> 
> Is it possible to write 32-bit integer attributes with the Python netCDF4 
> module, rather than the default 64 bit integers? Iâve tried the obvious 
> thing of using {attribute_name:int(1)} in the all to ncsetattrs().
> 

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: QOU-764758
Department: Support Python
Priority: Low
Status: Closed
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