You can use conda from the package managers Anaconda or Miniconda to install CDO on a Mac.
If you do not have conda already installed:
- Miniconda download instruction https://docs.conda.io/en/latest/miniconda.html
- Miniconda installation instruction https://conda.io/projects/conda/en/latest/user-guide/install/macos.html
Install CDO with conda:
conda install -c conda-forge cdo
If you want to install the Python wrapper for CDO (python-cdo) too, you can do it in one single step:
conda install -c conda-forge cdo python-cdo
port install cdoIf you want to use GRIB2, szip compression and Magics++ graphic install it with
port install cdo +grib_api +magicspp +szip
In addition to standard features, this port provides support for GRIB2. Many thanks to Takeshi Enomoto for providing that port!
If you prefer homebrew, please check the extensive documentation under https://brew.sh. After successful installation, CDO can be installed as easy as
brew install cdo
Thx to Carlos for the hint