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I'm trying to print NetCDF parameters in the ascii format with the ncks operator. For fixed longitude and latittude, I would like to print my parameter in function of time, in 2 columns, as a simple time serie.
My command-line looks :
ncks -H -C -d lon,1 -d lat,45 -v time,TP TPfile.nc
which gives nearly the great result, but without a friendly print format:
time=100056 lat=-5.625 lon=1.875 TP=101491.9375
I'd like to obtain only the 2 column values for time and TP...
The best way to do this is to uses ncwa to average
over the lat and lon dimensions for this particular
point, e.g., ncwa -a lat,lon -d lat,-5.6 -d lon,1.87
and then print out.nc with ncks.
I have the same problem. I have spatial averaging with 'ncwa'.
Now, I would like to convert the data to ascii, keeping the time and temperature variables. Other information such as lat, lon, etc should be discarded.
How can I do this suing 'ncks' such that I can read the dates and temperature values in Excel, for example?
My resulting .txt file should have only two columns (date and temperature)