Andrea, Given the way that server is configured, the only option is to parse the XML catalog at: http://data.nodc.noaa.gov/thredds/catalog/pathfinder/Version5.2/2011/catalog.xml You can probably look at each of the data files listed and parse the time from the name. (It looks like YYYYMMDDHHmmss, just not fixed time intervals). Based on the parsing, you can decide whether you're interested in the file. If you have the right client, you could also open the dataset and look at the time metadata without downloading the full data. Unfortunately, the way that server is configured does not expose a way to query for files within a time range. You may also be interested in this other (non_Unidata) project: http://sourceforge.net/projects/njtbx/, which provides some netcdf-java functionality in Matlab. Ryan > Unfortunately, the list element about AVHRR stops at 2009, and I need > to access to data until 2011. > > Searching on the NASA website, I found here > > http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/AVHRR-Pathfinder > > that I can access to data up to 2012. > > In the page, are listed 3 way of accessing to data. But I don't know > how to get many of them in an easy way, instead of downloading all of > them one by one.. > > Or if you can tell me a easy way to access data without downloading them. > Can you help me? > > Thanks > Andrea > > > address@hidden>: > > > Andrea, > > > > I'd be happy to help. First, I need to know, what is the URL of the > > THREDDS server you're trying to access? I found a list here: > > http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/podaac_thredds, and of those, this one seems > > relevant > > > > http://thredds.jpl.nasa.gov/thredds/catalog/ncml_aggregation/OceanTemperature/avhrr/catalog.html > > > > Does this look right? > > > > Ryan > > > > > Additionally, looking for the SST data I found that OpenDap doesn't > > > access to data of the AVHRR, although it's written in the october > > > 2013 announcment that I can use it to access data...So I think > > > I can't use Matlab.. I tried to access data from the http and > > > ftp way, using the program Filezilla, but I noticed that it's > > > a long process to download all that data, and the file are also > > > quite heavy, it's almost 200 GB.. So I tried with the ThreDDS > > > data server, and I followed the getting started part of tutorial ( > > > > > http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/thredds/current/tds/tutorial/index.html > > > ). > > > > > > I was wondering if you could help me, telling if this method allow me of > > > consulting data instead of download them all and, if it doesn't, if is > > > there a way that can do it. > > > > Ticket Details > > =================== > > Ticket ID: OAA-850707 > > Department: Support THREDDS > > Priority: Normal > > Status: Open > > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: OAA-850707 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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