Filedata: High level C++ library for reading a lot of products hosted by ICARE
Application type(s): Data Read/Write
Related project(s): CALIPSO, MODIS, PARASOL
DescriptionThis library provides interfaces for reading products hosted by ICARE, like MODIS, CALIPSO, PARASOL, CLOUDSAT, MERIS… It also provides high level interfaces to common file formats like HDF5 or HDF4interfaces Usage In the /test directory of the package, stands a few code snippets that show how to use it.
DownloadSource can be downloaded here :
Package can be browsed here :
Prerequisitesa C++ compiler the HDF4 library (http://www.hdfgroup.org/products/hdf4/)
the HDF5 library ( http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/)
the GSL library (http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/)
the GRIB API (https://confluence.ecmwf.int/display/ECC/)
Environment configurationFirst, edit the filedata-compil_env.sh script and set the pathes to the libraries to match your environment. If you are on the ICARE systems, you shouldn’t have to modify it, all is configured for it by default. Then execute the script to export the script variables. In bash shell, this is done by running :
> export filedata-compil_env.sh
BuildConfigure the build step and eventually set the target installation directory (for instance –prefix=$HOME) by running :
> ./configure --prefix=<the-installation-directory>"
> make install
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