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h5py

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  Analyzed about 15 hours ago

The h5py package is a Pythonic interface to the HDF5 binary data format. It lets you store huge amounts of numerical data, and easily manipulate that data from NumPy. For example, you can slice into multi-terabyte datasets stored on disk, as if they were real NumPy arrays. Thousands of datasets ... [More] can be stored in a single file, categorized and tagged however you want. H5py uses straightforward NumPy and Python metaphors, like dictionary and NumPy array syntax. You can iterate over datasets in a file, or check out the .shape or .dtype attributes of datasets; you don't need to know anything special about HDF5 to get started. Best of all, the files you create are in a standard binary format you can exchange with other people, including those who use programs like IDL and MATLAB. [Less]

10K lines of code

32 current contributors

10 days since last commit

10 users on Open Hub

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GMT

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  Analyzed about 12 hours ago

GMT is an open source collection of ~60 tools for manipulating geographic and Cartesian data sets (including filtering, trend fitting, gridding, projecting, etc.) and producing Encapsulated PostScript File (EPS) illustrations ranging from simple x-y plots via contour maps to artificially illuminated ... [More] surfaces and 3-D perspective views. GMT supports ~30 map projections and transformations and comes with support data such as GSHHS coastlines, rivers, and political boundaries. [Less]

8.78M lines of code

17 current contributors

about 15 hours since last commit

4 users on Open Hub

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Web Map Service for NetCDF data

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  Analyzed about 15 hours ago

Implementation of an OGC Web Map Service, primarily for serving images dynamically generated from NetCDF data files (although other file formats can also be handled). Also an AJAX web mapping interface based on OpenLayers.

3.71K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 1 year since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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nMoldyn

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  Analyzed about 10 hours ago

nMOLDYN is an interactive analysis program for Molecular Dynamics simulations. It is especially designed for the computation and analysis of neutron scattering spectra, but also computes other quantities.

170K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 4 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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Parallel Ice Sheet Model (PISM)

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  Analyzed about 5 hours ago

The Parallel Ice Sheet Model pism0.7 is open source and capable of high resolution. It is widely adopted as a tool for doing science. Features include: * extensible atmospheric/ocean coupling * hybrid shallow stress balance * marine ice sheet physics * polythermal energy conservation * ... [More] subglacial hydrology and till model * complete documentation * parallel simulations using MPI & PETSc * reads and writes CF-compliant NetCDF * inversion toolbox in Python * verification and validation tools [Less]

79.4K lines of code

4 current contributors

3 months since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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php-netcdf

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  Analyzed 1 day ago

NetCDF bindings for PHP5. Development phases: adding wrappers for as many as possible native netCDF functions converting native netCDF interface into more PHP-friendly (+object-oriented) interface

1.8K lines of code

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almost 9 years since last commit

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Beam - Earth Observation Toolbox

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  Analyzed 8 minutes ago

BEAM is an open-source toolbox and development platform for viewing, analysing and processing of remote sensing raster data. Originally developed to facilitate the utilisation of image data from Envisat's optical instruments, BEAM now supports a growing number of other raster data formats such as ... [More] GeoTIFF and NetCDF as well as data formats of other EO sensors such as MODIS, AVHRR, AVNIR, PRISM and CHRIS/Proba. Various data and algorithms are supported by dedicated extension plug-ins. [Less]

401K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 1 year since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

Very Low Activity
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Greenland

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Claimed by 52°North Initiative for Geo... Analyzed about 4 hours ago

Greenland is a client-side tool to render quality-aware geospatial data, implemented as OpenLayers-based webpage. Check out the latest version at geoviqua.dev.52north.org/greenland/

118K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 3 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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Parallel-NetCDF

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Claimed by Argonne National Laboratory Analyzed 1 day ago

PnetCDF is a library providing high-performance I/O while still maintaining file-format compatibility with Unidata's NetCDF. NetCDF gives scientific programmers a self-describing and portable means for storing data. By making some small changes to the netCDF APIs, PnetCDF can use MPI-IO to achieve high-performance parallel I/O.

166K lines of code

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over 1 year since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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ncw-c

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A program can make thousands of calls to NetCDF functions, and it can be very frustrating to get a generic run-time error message about NetCDF stuff and being unable to identify what exactly went wrong. It is also frustrating to handle each possible error in the code. For this reason, in 95+% of my ... [More] calls to NetCDF functions I use wrappers. They save a lot of time, first during development, and then during tracking run-time errors, and also make the code more readable. ncw provides C and Fortran wrappers to NetCDF functions, mainly for getting sensible error messages (that include the data file name). The main idea is to exclude checks inside your program code, making it shorter and better readable. The scheme is very simple. To call a wrapper for a given NetCDF function you replace nc_ with ncw_ (or nf_ with nfw_ in the case of using Fortran), and add the file name as the first argument. For example, instead of int status; status = nc_open(fname, mode, ncid); if (status != NC_NOERR) quit("\"%s\": nc_open(): failed: %s\n", fname, nc_strerror(status));you will have this code: ncw_open(fname, mode, ncid);Here are two real-life examples of C and Fortran code using the NetCDF wrappers from ncw. Checkout ncw by executing "svn checkout http://ncw-c.googlecode.com/svn/ncw" README [Less]

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