Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of ToolsAndUtilities


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    2727 NCO, netCDF Operators, are a suite of programs known as operators.  The operators take netCDF files as input, then perfom a set of operations and produce a netCDF files as output.  NCO are designed to aid manipulation and analysis of gridded scientific data.  
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     29 * **xconv** \\ 
     30 [https://badc.nerc.ac.uk/help/software/xconv/] \\ 
     31 Xconv is a program designed to convert model output into a format suitable for use in various plotting packages. Xconv is designed to be simple to use with a point and click, X-windows based interface. Xconv can read UKMO Unified Model data, UKMO PP, GRIB, NetCDF and Drs format data. Data can be output in NetCDF, Drs and Utf format.  
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     33 * **IDL** \\ 
     34 [//documents/IDL/ncas_idl.pdf NCAS-CMS IDL Guide] - Using IDL in Meteorology \\ 
     35 [//documents/IDL/idl_guide.html Guide to the Met Office IDL Library] \\  
     36 [//documents/IDL/idl_wave_differences.html Differences between IDL and PV-Wave] \\ 
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    2938== UM Tools == 
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    4352 [http://cms.ncas.ac.uk/documents/xancil] \\ 
    4453 Xancil is a X-windows based application for creating Unified Model ancillary files from netCDF input files.  
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    46  * **xconv** \\ 
    47  [https://badc.nerc.ac.uk/help/software/xconv/] \\ 
    48  Xconv is a program designed to convert model output into a format suitable for use in various plotting packages. Xconv is designed to be simple to use with a point and click, X-windows based interface. Xconv can read UKMO Unified Model data, UKMO PP, GRIB, NetCDF and Drs format data. Data can be output in NetCDF, Drs and Utf format.  
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    5055=== Development Tools === 
     
    7984 This utility is only available local to Reading. Please contact Jeff Cole (j.cole [at] reading.ac.uk) for further information.  
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    81  * **xconv** \\ 
    82  Xconv is a program designed to convert model output into a format suitable for use in various plotting packages. Xconv is designed to be simple to use with a point and click, X-windows based interface. Xconv can read UKMO Unified Model data, UKMO PP, GRIB, NetCDF and Drs format data. Data can be output in NetCDF, Drs and Utf format.  
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    84  * **IDL** \\ 
    85  [//documents/IDL/ncas_idl.pdf NCAS-CMS IDL Guide] - Using IDL in Meteorology \\ 
    86  [//documents/IDL/idl_guide.html Guide to the Met Office IDL Library] \\  
    87  [//documents/IDL/idl_wave_differences.html Differences between IDL and PV-Wave] \\ 
    88  
    8986=== UM File Manipulation Tools === 
    9087