Release Notes: The Fimex Fortran-interface has been enhanced and is now a first-class interface in the fimex build process, being enabled by a configure switch. Reading of WRF model files was improved by adding vector detection and coordinate recognition. When merging two files, they can now be merged into an independent third grid-definition. Parallelization, in particularly when using Intel Compiler Collection 14 or newer, has been improved. Some smaller bugs when scanning or reading mercator-axes of grib files have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release is able to rotate all known spatial vectors from grid to north/east and vice-versa. The vector rotation is now also available in the R interface. In addition, several error messages are now easier to understand.
Release Notes: The grib-reading abilities of fimex have been simplified and improved. It is possible to merge different models along an ensemble axis. Several files can be selected using globs, unknown vertical axes no longer throw an error, and it is possible to select parameters by the time-range indicator. netcdf-output now has configurable shuffling support, and creep-fill interpolation allows explicitly giving a default value, rather than using the average. Some smaller bugs in the interpolation code have been fixed.
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.
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.
Release Notes: The template interpolation in fimex allows several coordinate systems as input. The performance and memory consumption when reading data with NcML has been improved. A new processor to de-accumulate fields, e.g. precipitation, has been added and the figure of the earth can now be forced on grib files. Bugs have been found and fixed for felt files when using colon-separated variable IDs, and the detection of surface parameters has been fine tuned. The default-fill values are now synchronized with netcdf, and the axes after vector interpolation are now in degree instead of radian.