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Re: 20050114: netCDF Decoders - GRIB2TONC





On Fri, 14 Jan 2005, Unidata Support wrote:

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> >To: address@hidden
> >From: "Vandenberghe" <address@hidden>
> >Subject: netCDF Decoders - GRIB2TONC
> >Organization: UCAR/Unidata
> >Keywords: 200501142202.j0EM2lU6007167
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> Institution: NCAR
> Package Version: NETCDF 3-5
> Operating System: UNIX/LINUX
> Hardware Information: IBM/DELL
> Inquiry: Hi,
>
> I was wondering if I could have access to a Beta version of the UNIDATA 
> GRIB2TONC (decoder/converter of GRIB2 files into NETCDF).
>
Francois,

i didn't forget about your request. the expansion ratio of grib2 -> netcdf
is between 1 -> 20 and 1  -> 50 so the resulting files are large, you
probably already know that. so we developed a program that permits one to
read in  a grib2 file into ncml, edit the "cdl", and then write out an
netcdf file with the desired paramters..  we are currently working on a
webstart release, it should be ready soon, hopefully tomorrow. also, can i
get some sample files for testing? the grib2 that i have are the ndfd,
eta2, and one other. like to have as many variations as possible.

robb...



> Thanks in advance,
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> Francois
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Robb Kambic                                Unidata Program Center
Software Engineer III                      Univ. Corp for Atmospheric Research
address@hidden             WWW: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/
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