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Reference implementation for representing geometries in NetCDF with the CF Conventions

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CFGeom

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A Python Reference Implementation for Representing Geometries in NetCDF Following the CF Conventions

This project demonstrates how points, lines, polygons, and their multipart equivalents can be represented in NetCDF-CF. The project includes a Python reference implementation for reading and writing geometries in a netCDF file.

For more on this project, see the documentation, or get started with the tutorial.

To view the geometries specification including examples, see Chapter 7 of the CF Conventions.

You may also be interested in the R reference implementation.

Use Cases

  • Encode watershed model time series and polygons in a single file to archive model output and geometry.
  • Encode a streamflow value for each river line in the conterminous U.S. at a given point in time.

Contributors

  • Tim Whiteaker
  • Ben Koziol
  • David Blodgett

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