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Re: Reading netcdf files

From: Mark Esplin
Subject: Re: Reading netcdf files
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 11:34:45 -0500


        Thanks for the reference to  I am sorry I wasn't 
of it before.  I tried searching " netcdf" on google, but 
didn't find anyone who has a general NetCDF toolbox for Octave.  In fact most 
of the posts to the help-octave list were people looking for a solution.  The 
only solutions that I found was writing c/c++ programs and converting them to 
".oct" files.  Rafael Laboissiere wrote one called to write netcdf 
files and I will attach one called to read a netcdf file.  We 
could improve these extentions a bit if it would be useful, but I don't know 
how to write a general NetCDF toolbox.  I didn't look at using the mex 
interface, since I didn't think the regular octave, version 2.1.34 has it 

              Mark Esplin

On Tuesday 30 October 2001 12:52 pm, you wrote:
> has many matlab compatible functions (inc. repmat). 
> Click on files to get the latest tar ball.
> Regarding netcdf, try searching " netcdf" on google:
> Pick whichever solution is the best and let me know so that it too can be
> included on octave-forge (assuming that the licensing issues can be
> sorted). Note that octave-forge has a partial mex interface defined, so the
> matlab netcdf solution may work as well.
> Paul Kienzle
> address@hidden

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