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  • CDI

    CDI is a C and Fortran Interface to access Climate and NWP model Data.
    Supported data formats are GRIB, netCDF, SERVICE, EXTRA and IEG.

    • CGRIBEX

      GRIBEX is an interface for encoding and decoding WMO FM-92 GRIB1 messages. CGRIBEX is a lightweight version of GRIBEX written in ANSI C with a portable Fortran interface.

  • CDO

    Climate Data Operators

    CDO is a collection of command line Operators to manipulate and analyse Climate and NWP model Data.
    Supported data formats are GRIB 1/2, netCDF 3/4, SERVICE, EXTRA and IEG. There are more than 600 operators available.

  • Earth System Model Environment

    Welcome to the MPI-M's Earth System Model Environment!

    The ESM Environment hosts a number of small tools that are used for preparing, running, and evaluating experiments with the MPI-M's earth system models.

    Make Experiments! - Run-script generation for earth system models

    Make Experiments! (mkexp) contains a set of tools for preparing experiments with the MPI-M's earth system models.

    Perversion - version control for input data

    Perversion (pvn) provides a version control system for sets of large data files where all versions need to be accessible immediately.

    NCL Shell - easy visualization scripting

    NCL Shell (nclsh) is a replacement for calling the NCAR Command Language (NCL) directly whenever you need to pass command line arguments to NCL without twisting your fingers into a knot.

    Self - self-extending maps and vectors

    Self is a fortran library that provides maps and vectors for arbitrary typed items

    mtime - A model time management library

    This project aims to provide time, calendar, and event handling for model applications.

    Related projects:

    • cdo - Climate Data Operators

     

    • Make Experiments!

      Make Experiments!

      Run-script generation for earth system models

      Make Experiments! (mkexp) contains a set of tools for preparing experiments with the MPI-M's earth system models.

      mkexp

      takes a simple configuration file from the user and the templates provided by the model to generate a set of shell scripts that - when run - will set up directories, prepare input data, define configurations, and launch the actual model run and processing.

      diffexp

      is a tool that - given two mkexp configuration files - will compare the generated scripts with either the standard diff program or any equivalent tool, taking care of differences by experiment names etc. It is complemented by diffpath which does the same kind of diff but takes its information from the command line instead.

      rmexp, cpexp, getexp

      More tools to remove experiment data, create a copy under a new name, or get experiment info in shell-readable form.

      See Release Changes for new features, → Files for releases.

    • NCL Shell

      NCL Shell - easy visualization scripting

      NCL Shell (nclsh) is a replacement for calling the NCAR Command Language (NCL) directly whenever you need to pass command line arguments to NCL without twisting your fingers into a knot.

      Release Notes

       

    • Perversion

      Perversion - version control for input data

      Perversion (pvn) provides a version control system for sets of large data files where all versions need to be accessible immediately.

       

    • self - Fortran STL

      Self - self-extending maps and vectors

      Self is a fortran library that provides maps and vectors for arbitrary typed items

       

  • AQ-Watch

    Project Acronym: AQ-WATCH
    Project title: Air Quality: Worldwide Analysis and Forecasting of Atmospheric Composition for Health
    Grant agreement number: 870301

    Duration: 36 months

    Start date: 1 January 2020 (this is also the start date for the eligibility of costs)...

  • ICON :: Icosahedral Nonhydrostatic Weather and Climate Model

    The ICON modelling framework is a joint project between the German Weather Service and the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology for developing a unified next-generation global numerical weather prediction and climate modelling system. The ICON model has been introduced into DWD's operational forecast system in January 2015....

  • Redmine User Information

    Here we collect and present guidelines and hints for successful usage of our Redmine-Server.

    Please check the → Wiki.

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