Re: pycdf vs. scipy.io.netcdf vs. python-netcdf4
I think that pupynere  could be interesting for your research packages to manipulate netCDF4.
It only depends on numpy and obviously of python.
Arnaldo D'Amaral Pereira Granja Russo
Lab. de Estudos dos Oceanos e Clima
Instituto de Oceanografia - FURG
2012/4/18 Alastair McKinstry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm looking at the problem of netcdf-wrappers for python. Unfortunately
there seem to be multiple:
* scipy (scipy.io.netcdf)
Of which only scipy is in Debian. pyCDF appears to have last been
updated in 2007. python-netcdf4
seems be 'compatible' with scipy, in that it is based on netcdf4 rather
than netcdf3, but otherwise
follows the same API. ( I don't believe the underlying objects are
I'm proposing to package python-netCDF4 for Debian, as some code depends
on it. Does anyone know
of plans to merge these projects?
Alastair McKinstry , Computational Scientist <email@example.com>
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