Last modified: Thursday, 24-Dec-2020 10:52:40 MST
The goal of this web site is to consolidate listing of software resources throughout CGD. Some of the items listed here are web sites, while others are actual code. CGD also also compiled a listing of answers to the technical issues posted to the divisions tech help line.
netCDF operators (NCO): A suite of operators designed to efficiently process netCDF data. Functionality includes concatenation, extraction, attribute modification, and averaging. In addition to the user's manual on the main NCO web site, there is a NCO user's manual that focuses on some of the most common applications within CGD.
UNIDATA: also has tools specifically designed to process netCDF files.
NCAR Command Language (NCL)
NCL is an interpreted computer language like IDL or MATLAB. It is free to all users. It is very useful for the visualization and data processing of netCDF, GRIB, HDF, and CCSM data.
An operator which efficiently converts files in CCM History
Tape (CCMHT) format to netCDF following the CSM netCDF conventions.
This tool can handle CCMHT files written with Cray or IEEE.
Brian Eaton is the creator and point
of contact for this executable.
There is an AIX version of the executable for use on blackforest. The
makdep: A dependency generator which doesn't use perl.
CCSM Support Network: Provides visualization, data processing, and file handling support to CCSM users. Contains over 365 graphical images, 125+ script examples, and numerous reference pages.
Model Diagnostic Packages
WGNE Atmospheric Diagnostics: A complete diagnostic package that calculates the 7 WGNE diagnostic sets and produces tables and plots of the data. You can see model cases compared using this package at the CCSM AMWG model comparison diagnostic archive
PBL Atmospheric Diagnostics: A specialized package to analysis the pbl. The user can input variables and transects to examine, or except the default choices.
grb2nc : a local script to convert GRIB to netCDF data
Educational Software for Teachers
Instruction Program. A list of courses developed by various universities
focusing on climate and geophysical sciences.