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xarray - N-D labeled arrays and datasets in Python

xarray (formerly xray) is an open source project and Python package that aims to bring the labeled data power of pandas to the physical sciences, by providing N-dimensional variants of the core pandas data structures. Our goal is to provide a pandas-like and pandas-compatible toolkit for analytics on multi-dimensional arrays, rather than the tabular data for which pandas excels. Our approach adopts the Common Data Model for self- describing scientific data in widespread use in the Earth sciences: xarray.Dataset is an in-memory representation of a netCDF file.

SDS: Scientific DataSet library and tools

The SDS library makes it easy for .Net developers to read, write and share scalars, vectors, matrices and multidimensional grids which are very common in scientific modelling. It supports CSV, NetCDF and other file format

NetCDF library for .NET

NetCDF (network Common Data Form) is a software library and a standard binary data format supported by Unidata (http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/netcdf/) that enables the creation, access, and network sharing of array-oriented scientific data. This project is dedicated to ...

netcdf4-python - netcdf4-python: python/numpy interface to the netCDF C library

Python/numpy interface to the netCDF C library. For details on the latest updates, see the Changelog.

clover - Geospatial operations for NetCDF and numpy

Because today might be your lucky day. Geospatial operations with NetCDF files and numpy arrays.

glider_toolbox - MATLAB/Octave scripts to manage data collected by a glider fleet, including data download, data processing and product and figure generation, both in real time and delayed time

The glider toolbox is a set of MATLAB/Octave scripts and functions developed at SOCIB to manage the data collected by a glider fleet. They cover the main stages of the data management process both in real time and delayed time mode: metadata aggregation, data download, data processing, and generation of data products and figures. The toolbox is exhaustively self-documented using the standard documentation comment system. Hence the help pages are available using the documentation browser or the help command.

go-netcdf - Go binding for the netCDF C library.

Package netcdf is a Go binding for the netCDF C library. This package supports netCDF version 3, and 4 if netCDF 4 support is enabled in the C library. First, make sure you have the netCDF C library is installed. Most Linux distributions have a package for it: libnetcdf-dev in Ubuntu/Debian, netcdf in ArchLinux, etc. You can also download the source from Unidata, compile and install it.

cdo-bindings - Ruby/Python bindings for CDO

Multi-dimensional arrays (numpy for python, narray for ruby) require addtional netcdf-io modules. These are scipy or python-netcdf4 for python and ruby-netcdf for ruby. Because scipy has some difficulties with netcdf, I strongly recommend python-netCDF4. Thx to Alexander Winkler there is also an IO option for XArray.

netcdf-c - Official GitHub repository for netCDF-C libraries and utilities.

The Unidata network Common Data Form (netCDF) is an interface for scientific data access and a freely-distributed software library that provides an implementation of the interface. The netCDF library also defines a machine-independent format for representing scientific data. Together, the interface, library, and format support the creation, access, and sharing of scientific data. The current netCDF software provides C interfaces for applications and data. Separate software distributions available from Unidata provide Java, Fortran, Python, and C++ interfaces. They have been tested on various common platforms. NetCDF files are self-describing, network-transparent, directly accessible, and extendible. Self-describing means that a netCDF file includes information about the data it contains. Network-transparent means that a netCDF file is represented in a form that can be accessed by computers with different ways of storing integers, characters, and floating-point numbers. Direct-access means that a small subset of a large dataset may be accessed efficiently, without first reading through all the preceding data. Extendible means that data can be appended to a netCDF dataset without copying it or redefining its structure.

siphon - Siphon - A collection of Python utilities for retrieving atmospheric and oceanic data from remote sources, focusing on being able to retrieve data from Unidata data technologies, such as the THREDDS data server

Siphon is a collection of Python utilities for downloading data from Unidata data technologies. See our support page for ways to get help with Siphon. Siphon is still in an early stage of development, and as such no APIs are considered stable. While we won't break things just for fun, many things may still change as we work through design issues.

thredds-docker - Dockerized THREDDS

A containerized THREDDS Data Server built on top a security hardened Tomcat container maintained by Unidata. This project was initially developed by Axiom Data Science and now lives at Unidata. TDM Update: If you are looking for the TDM Docker container, it has moved into its own repository.

cftime - Time-handling functionality from netcdf4-python.

11/8/2016: cftime was split out of the netcdf4-python package. Clone GitHub repository (git clone https://github.com/Unidata/cftime.git), or get source tarball from PyPI. Links to Windows and OS X precompiled binary packages are also available on PyPI.