Reference time in aggregated files
- To: address@hidden
- Subject: Reference time in aggregated files
- From: "Roy Mendelssohn" <address@hidden>
- Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2006 10:41:59 -0700
This question has arisen working with a partner - and while I am
pretty certain I know the answer to this question, I want to make
sure what is the correct answer.
The netcdf files that these people are creating have a changing
reference time fin the files. So, for example, say they are creating
monthly files, then the 12 files for any year all have the same base
reference data (the start of that year), and this changes with each
My guess is that this will most likely break the aggregation - and if
not at least slow it down considerably. Is my guess correct?
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