yes. you should be able to tell from catalog name whats in these (eg skip the "files" catalog).John,
Oh. CatalogCrawler, right?
okay, I'll try to figure out how to use it from Matlab.
On Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 9:08 PM, John Caron<address@hidden> wrote:On 4/6/2011 3:12 PM, Rich Signell wrote:THREDDS gang,
I'd like to be able to search for WMS services provided by the motherlode TDS. http://motherlode.ucar.edu/thredds/catalog.html But I'm picky -- I only want the "best time series" ones (I don't want all those 1000s of WMS services associated with non-aggregated data).
One way to do this would be to use GI-CAT (or another ncISO harvester) to: 1) harvest the nciso metadata from the top level catalog, which would harvest the entire holding of motherlode 2) do an opensearch query of the harvested database for "best" and "wms" to get the WMS endpoints.
The only problem is that I'm not sure that would even finish in a day, and we would probably want to update the database of metadata every hour or so.
Any better ideas?
Thanks, -RichHi Rich:
you can do it in Java code. is that a possibility?
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