[pyngl-talk] Fwd: Re: PyNIO - for ubuntu 13.10 - requesting link
broot at aer.com
Mon Nov 16 07:37:00 MST 2015
Just a quick note, if the problem that needs to be solved is how to
convert grib files into netcdf files, wgrib2 does that pretty nicely:
No need to bring in a sledgehammer to nail up a picture frame...
On 11/13/2015 06:53 PM, gkarthik wrote:
> Can some one help me with this?
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: PyNIO - for ubuntu 13.10 - requesting link
> Date: 11/13/2015 16:35
> From: gkarthik <gkarthik at engr.colostate.edu>
> To: David Brown <dbrown at ucar.edu>
> Cc: Mary Haley <haley at ucar.edu>
> Hi Dave,
> Thanks. I have found a 64-bit CentOS linux system which is very advanced
> than mine, in my University. I have downloaded the Pre-Compiled with
> openDAP support enabled PyNIO1.4.0 (RedHat X86_64 with Python 2.6.5 and
> numpy 1.4.1). Link is here:
> But I am not able to find any instructions on how to proceed for
> installing the package.
> Could you pl. help me?
> My Python is 2.6.6 and numpy is 1.4.1
> Karthik Ganesan
> On 11/12/2015 17:57, David Brown wrote:
>> Hi Karthik Ganesan,
>> Usually the Debian binaries will work on Ubuntu I believe. That is why
>> there are not separate Ubuntu binaries.
>> However, although we have not yet publicly announced it, we now have
>> PyNIO available under conda. I don't know whether you are familiar
>> with anaconda, but this installation is extremely simple once you
>> install anaconda, which provides an extensive list of pre-packaged
>> scientific Python tools, or miniconda, which provides just a
>> bare-bones framework, and is very quick to install. Here are the
>> directions for a miniconda install:
>> Once you have miniconda installed and your PATH includes its bin
>> directory, you can install PyNIO with this one line command:
>> conda install -c dbrown pynio
>> The channel (-c dbrown) will migrate to '-c ncar' in the near future,
>> although '-c dbrown' will continue to work at least for awhile. This
>> install should work for any version of Linux. I have tested it with
>> ubuntu 12 and 14, so ubuntu 13 should not be a problem.
>> There will be more information about this soon.
>> On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 4:51 PM, Mary Haley <haley at ucar.edu> wrote:
>>> Can you take care of this?
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: gkarthik <gkarthik at engr.colostate.edu>
>>> Date: Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 4:50 PM
>>> Subject: PyNIO - for ubuntu 13.10 - requesting link
>>> To: haley at ucar.edu
>>> Hi Mary Haley,
>>> I am working currently on some GRIB data and looking for PyNIO program
>>> convert this GRIB to a netcdf file.
>>> Can you pl. provide me (if you have) with a link for PyNIO for ubuntu
>>> linux systems?
>>> The link: http://www.pyngl.ucar.edu/Training/SEA2015/binaries.shtml
>>> does not
>>> have a release for ubuntu.
>>> Yours sicnerely,
>>> Karthik Ganesan,
>>> Masters Student,
>>> Colorado State University
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