Release Notes: This release adds the possiblity to join files by directory scan or directly mentioning them in ncml-files. It is now also possible to read other filetypes than netcdf through ncml. The vector-rotation has been improved and will now automatically detect vectors by CF standard_names. The grib-writer is now able to write data in the lambert conformal conic projection.
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.
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.
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.
Release Notes: The netcdf3 writing performance has been doubled by avoiding pre-filling of data. This release is able to handle conversion of data with the ROMS ocean models generalized S-coordinate. To simplify programming with the Fimex library, the DataPtr typedef was introduced and a IndexedData class for direct data access added. The program fiConfOverview.pl has been added to give a nice overview table of the many config files.
Release Notes: This release adds better support for grib reading and writing. grib data with several levels per parameter and several horizontal grid specifications are now supported. Interpolation now also accepts several horizontal grid specifications, and interpolation has achived a speedup of approximately 1.3 in most cases. Fimex is now also better parallelized, and the most time-consuming parts are explicitly thread-safe.
Release Notes: Fimex is now able to read felt-files with eps-data. It is now also possible to interpolate data to a list of latitude-longitude values given in a netcdf-template. The deprecated netcdf-c++ library is no longer used, and the new netcdf-4 unsigned and 64bit integer datatypes are supported. The omega vertical pressure stress parameter can now be converted to vertical wind. For better usage as a library, all Fimex configurations can be given from memory, in addition to the file-based interface. grib-writer has been slightly improved, but is still in beta stage.
Release Notes: The fimex interface to the weather database WDB has been largely refactored. Fimex has a new (beta) interface to access data in the STANAG 6022 format (MetGM). To better access weather forecast data, fimex is now able to interprete data in the Forecast Model Run Collection (FMRC) convention. The grib reader can access data in mercator and lambert conformal conic projections. The netcdf reader ignores undefined units rather than throwing an exception. The build process has been improved and can even be installed on AIX. Some minor memory leaks have been found and were fixed.
Release Notes: This release improves the NcML support by allowing the creation of dimensions and variables, adding values and allowing filenames. The CDMFileReaderFactory has been improved to make fimex easier usable as a library. The grib2 reader is now used operationally for the first time. The CDMInterpolator has been refactored to use the coordinate systems, and a fill2d routine has been added to help adding smooth values where data is undefined. The wdb reader has been largely rewritten and should now be easier to test. Many smaller bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release can read data from the weather and water database WDB. This WDB-reader is currently preview (alpha) and will be improved in the future. The memory consumption of both the server and client of OpENDAP can now be largely reduced by setting the unlimited dimension in the ncml configuration. The build system has been improved for the boost libraries and will now work with stricter and newer linkers as those in Ubuntu 10.10. In addition, a build bug preventing writing of netcdf4 files has been removed.