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  •  08 Apr 2013 20:42
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    Release Notes: This release will automatically choose a decent chunk-strategy to allow for fast data access of geographical data. With this, fimex is now able to create template files for its fillWriter via NcML. In addition, it has been extended with an option to allow accumulation of values along the unlimited (usually time) dimension.

    •  25 Mar 2013 15:35
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      Release Notes: Fimex now comes with a new FillWriter which allows filling of existing templates, as requested by the NWP community. Creation and change of new variables with NcML has also been made possible. Some smaller inconveniences have been fixed in the grib-reading code.

      •  04 Mar 2013 16:11
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        Release Notes: Fimex has now the ability to write back to existing netcdf-files. For convenience, fimex now uses by default some prebuilt configuration files to translate felt files.

        •  17 Dec 2012 14:44
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          Release Notes: This release comes bundled with an R interface, allowing R users to access gridded data from all supported formats. In addition, R users can use Fimex to detect the coordinate system of the data and simplify extraction. The extract.selectVariables option is much more intelligent, i.e. it automatically selects additional variables that are required to read the chosen variable, e.g. coordinates, projections, and bounds. It is possible to compile the Fimex library with log4cpp support for use in an environment where logging is important.

          •  27 Nov 2012 13:33
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            Release Notes: This release is able to read grib-messages that are spread over several files. In addition, several inconveniences have been removed. In ncml, it is now possible to remove dimensions without variables. It is also possible to change attributes and their variable names in one command. This release supports several aliases for latlong-projection. It silently ignores duplicated axes, and no longer duplicates axes of latitude longitude felt-files.

            •  07 Nov 2012 13:40
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              Release Notes: Fimex grib-handling has been improved. Variables now get their own vertical axis, if they don't match existing axes, e.g. temperature at 2m and wind at 10m. In addition, an ensemble axis has been introduced to cover ensemble models.

              •  30 Oct 2012 14:51
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                Release Notes: The vertical interpolation to depth below sea-surface used an axis of positive up, while it documented positive down. The implementation now follows the documentation, i.e. the sea-floor has now a positive number. In addition, interpolated values below the sea-floor will now be set automatically to undefined.

                •  15 Oct 2012 11:04
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                  Release Notes: Fimex has been backported to compile again with boost 1.32, gcc 4.1, and icc 11. The getScaledDataSlice function is now 1.6 times faster on large datasets due to better internal inlining.

                  •  08 Sep 2012 18:52
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                    Release Notes: This release allows you to add quality-masks, e.g. sea-land mask, from external resources. It is also possible to merge high-resolution data into model-results with low-resolution. This release has been successfully compiled on Mac OS X, and it has been tested to work with felt-files in the archive flavour.

                    •  11 Aug 2012 19:45
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                      Release Notes: This release has been upgraded to compile with the new boost 1.50 and boost-filesystem V3. It works with strict gcc 4.6 compiler settings, and will be regularly build on Ubuntu 12.04.

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