Language/Format: Numpy, Python
Application type(s): Analysis
This pure python script computes and displays the differences between two HDF4 files (and netcdf3 if the HDF4 library is compiled with the netcdf support enabled). Its supports :
- global and SDS metatada
- SDS data
For SDS, it does not show which pixels are different but computes statistics on the whole data values : mean, standard deviation and min/max of the difference.
Only differences of metadata and SDS are supported. No support for VDATA, VGROUPS… is currently provided
Usage : python pyhdiff.py' <file1> <file2> [<enable_data_compare>] With : <file1> a HDF4 or netcdf file [REQUIRED] <file2> a HDF4 or netcdf file [REQUIRED] <enable_data_compare> either 0 or 1 : activate or not data comparison. Enabled by default [OPTIONAL]
Sources can be downloaded here :
Package can be browsed here :
- python >= 2.5
- HDF4 >= 4.2.r1
- numpy >= 1.2.1
- pyhdf >= 0.8.3
Earlier versions probably works but does not have been tested
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