Author: Mark Alonzo
IDL's GRIB routines are a thin layer on top of the the C version of the ECMWF GRIB API. The ECMWF routines exposed in IDL are fairly low-level, so they require a bit of programming to extract even simple information from a GRIB file.
I have three routines, built on IDL's GRIB API, to help make it easier to get information from a GRIB edition 1 or 2 file:
Categories: IDL Blog | IDL Data Point
Hi and welcome to The IDL Data Point, a new blog devoted to all things IDL. I’m Mark Piper, a solutions engineer at Exelis VIS. I’ll be the primary contributor to this site, though I intend to wrangle guest posts from other employees in our Engineering, Professional Services and Tech Support departments. There’s a wealth of IDL knowledge in this company and I hope this blog can serve as a way to communicate it.
I’d like to use Data Point to:
Mark Piper is the IDL Product Manager. He has been at Exelis Visual Information Solutions for over 13 years and has been working with IDL for almost 20. Mark has a PhD in Astrophysical, Planetary and Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He loves to solve scientific programming and visualization problems with IDL and play Ultimate Frisbee. Follow him on Twitter: @TheIDLGuy.
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