I’m new to open source GIS and the seemingly unlimited
number of open source alternatives online.
Here goes my question:
In the near future we will start building a post processor that should be able to read
netcdf files, as well as xls, txt and csv.
The objective is to:
the results and the modelling boundary conditions. For example: load the
bathymetry and plot the flow velocity vectors, make a contour plot of the
bathymetry, etc… Editing/removing is not part of the objective.
to that, charts should be plotted as well( For this I would use JFreeChart).
layouts for printing.
From what I found on the internet I’m not
sure if the netcdf import is now included in
the last release? Is this the case? If so, are there any
limitations? Size and Dimension wise?
I’m pretty sure Udig can do the simple (and
complex) things that are required for the post processing. However If there
would be a better alternative, please let me know as well. For example I’m
not sure if I really need all the functionality from Udig and could just go
with GeoTools instead?
All ideas, help and comments are very much
On Friday, August 24, 2012 09:40:46 AM andrea antonello wrote:
> the last thing I remember regarding netcdf support is that you
> reviewed the plugins to work with the upgraded geotools. Am I right in
Hi, actualy right now I don't remember any upgraded of netcdf. I only made
some changes to integrate netcdf with udig 1.2.x sdk.