Re: THREDDS aggregation capability
- To: Ben Burford <address@hidden>
- Subject: Re: THREDDS aggregation capability
- From: "Roy Mendelssohn" <address@hidden>
- Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 12:37:45 -0700
Title: Re: THREDDS aggregation
THREDDS allows you to aggregate along any dimension, including a
"new" one. In your case, you would aggregate across
time, and then do the normal OPeNDAP call for the one location,
treating it as if it were one series.
You can see a lot of examples of this at:
All of the Items under the heading "Aggregation Satellite
Datasets" are aggregated in just this fashion . You can
pick one and go to the html interface and see that you can select to
get a time series at a point. In fact, you can get a time series
for a region.
I'm wondering if THREDDS (or perhaps
simply a DODS or other type of server)
can help me with the following data aggregation problem.
I have daily data files containing an 84 hour forecast. From
these daily fi
les I want to extract a 24 hour section out of the 84 hour forecast
atenate those 24 hour sections to form a continuous time series.
be multiple sections of interest (e.g. 6 to 30, 36 to 50, 60 to 84).
s "station" time series data at a point. It is
actually the time series at
a grid point extracted from daily NWP data files.
Can THREDDS do this? Or is there another type of server you know
of that wi
ll handle this problem?
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