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MOHID Water grids

Postby anaverona.garciacondo@gmail.com » Sat Dec 01, 2012 21:19

Hello! I´m having trouble with the reading of the grids that I´m generating with
MatLab, MOHID doesn´t read them. I need an example of a batymetric grid. I´m
trying to load the data directly from ETOPO1 to MOHID but so far there´s no way.
Thank you for your help.

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Re: MOHID Water grids

Postby toderascurobert@yahoo.com » Mon Jan 14, 2013 13:53

Hi,

I am not sure if this will help, but I've had the same problem and I fixed it by using a hdf5 repack (you can find the executable on hdf5 website).
The command line for the executable that I use is:
h5repack -v -f GZIP=6 temperature_january2010.hdf5 temperature_january2010_rep.hdf5
pause (as I understand it this archives your data on a level 6 Gzip archyve type, replace temperature_january...with your file)
This also reduces the size of your file.
then the command in matlab is: fname = 'h5repackTEMP.bat';
system(['h5repackTEMP.bat<', fname]);
This worked for me, I hope it helps.

Robert.

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Re: MOHID Water grids

Postby frank.maretec@ist.utl.pt » Mon Jan 14, 2013 15:28

Dear all,

MOHID Studio incorporates the possibility to convert from ETOPO directly to MOHID's XYZ format.

Best regards,
Frank
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