Release Notes: This release improves the accuracy of vector rotation and adds the ability to rotate vector directions. In the interpolation code, the possible gap at the longitude edge, e.g. 360=0 degrees, has been closed. The performance of the variable accumulation has been greatly improved. The grib file reader is able to join grib messages with several levelNo into one variable, and some additional grib tables have been added. There are some fixes concerning prorad files and the netcdf-merge code, in particular in the edges of the inner data.
Release Notes: Fimes now has support for prorad XML files and allows setting land-masks after interpolation. Support for the WRF-file convention has been improved, in particular for rotated latitude-longitude grids and when using horizontally-interpolated files. The R and Fortran interfaces have been extended. Grib files in mercator-projection can now be read, and the merge code has been improved.
Release Notes: The Fimex Fortran-interface has been enhanced and is now a first-class interface in the fimex build process, being enabled by a configure switch. Reading of WRF model files was improved by adding vector detection and coordinate recognition. When merging two files, they can now be merged into an independent third grid-definition. Parallelization, in particularly when using Intel Compiler Collection 14 or newer, has been improved. Some smaller bugs when scanning or reading mercator-axes of grib files have been fixed.
Release Notes: The Fimex library has more functionality accessible from C. On top of the C API, Fimex has a new high-level Fortran90 API to read, write, extract, and interpolate data. The command line option process.rotateteToLonLat.directions has been fixed, and CDMReaderWriter has been tested and fixed when changing the datatype. In the API, some define statements have been exchanged with enum.
Release Notes: This release is able to rotate all known spatial vectors from grid to north/east and vice-versa. The vector rotation is now also available in the R interface. In addition, several error messages are now easier to understand.
Release Notes: The recently released API for vertical interpolation contained some typographic errors, which have been corrected. An error with time interpolation and unit changes could lead to strange results. Converting felt data in lambert projection to netcdf gave a wrong latitude origin and has been fixed. A race condition in the logging infrastructure could lead to a segmentation fault and was fixed. It is now possible to extract only the first element of a dimension by using start and end position = 0.
Release Notes: Fimex is now able to create vertical cross-sections from meteorological model data. The Fimex-API exposes vertical transformations like sigma, sigma-hybrid, or ocean-s coordinates. The NcML reader is now more memory efficient due to use of the SliceBuilder interface. This feature was dropped in favour of NcML-aggregation in version 0.45. Fimex is now able to add more values to an unlimited dimension with NcML. The GribReader respects the configuration of time units.
Release Notes: This version will warn when old grib configuration files are used, but will continue to work.
Release Notes: The grib-reading abilities of fimex have been simplified and improved. It is possible to merge different models along an ensemble axis. Several files can be selected using globs, unknown vertical axes no longer throw an error, and it is possible to select parameters by the time-range indicator. netcdf-output now has configurable shuffling support, and creep-fill interpolation allows explicitly giving a default value, rather than using the average. Some smaller bugs in the interpolation code have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds the possiblity to join files by directory scan or directly mentioning them in ncml-files. It is now also possible to read other filetypes than netcdf through ncml. The vector-rotation has been improved and will now automatically detect vectors by CF standard_names. The grib-writer is now able to write data in the lambert conformal conic projection.