This week Mike Sumner from AAD and myself will be presenting an introductory session on the manipulation and use of netCDF files. NetCDF is a very common data format for ocean/climate model output, satellite data and many other spatial data sets. We will discuss the basics of netCDF files and then go through a number of examples to demonstrate common techniques and issues. The talk will be aimed at beginners, or those with limited experience in using spatial data sets.
Note that due to the Polar Law Symposium the DaSH session will be held in the IMAS Board Room on the second floor (immediately above the lecture theatre). If you need to sign in then wait downstairs and I will come and get peoepl at around 9:15.
ALSO: After this week the DaSH calendar is bare. If anyone has an idea for a presentation then now is the time to share it with the world. Send me an email, tweet me or even try using Facebook.
IMAS Board Room (2nd floor), 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point
Friday 31 October, 9:15am