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Welcome to the software project management service of the Center for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (ZMAW). On this site you will find projects related to atmosphere and ocean modeling, coupling models and data processing.

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For issues with specific projects, please use the tools available in that project (issue-tracker, forums) or contact the project managers (find them using the projects overview). For technical issues with this site you may also send your question to the ZMAW/CEN/MPIM IT-Helpdesk (Keep in mind the IT-Heldpesk doesn't support project specific topics, e.g CDOs/CDI, PyCMBS or NumGeoCuda).

 

Latest news

CDO: Version 1.7.2 released
Added by Uwe Schulzweida 3 days ago

Integration: On the New Machine
Changed to New Machine - NEW PATHES and SOFTWARE LOADING
Added by Christopher Kadow 3 months ago

Redmine User Information: Maintenance of this system (2016-04-12 8:00 - 10:00)
Added by Jan Sellmann 3 months ago

CDO: Version 1.7.1 released
Added by Uwe Schulzweida 4 months ago

NCL Shell: First release of NCL Shell (nclsh-1.0.0)
Added by Karl-Hermann Wieners 5 months ago

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Latest projects

  • self - Fortran STL (2016-01-25 11:34)

    Self - self-extending maps and vectors

    Self is a fortran library that provides maps and vectors for arbitrary typed items

     

  • amatos (2015-03-20 11:09)

    amatos - Adaptive Mesh generator for Atmospheric and Oceanic Simulation

    amatos is a mesh generator for adaptive algorithms. It is capable of handling complex geometries as well as highly non-uniform refinement regions. It has a relatively simple programming interface and incorporates some optimization. There is even a 3D version of amatos....

  • NCL Shell (2013-02-13 18:40)

    NCL Shell - easy visualization scripting

    NCL Shell (nclsh) is a replacement for calling the NCAR Command Language (NCL) directly whenever you need to pass command line arguments to NCL without twisting your fingers into a knot.

    Release Notes

     

  • Earth System Model Environment (2013-02-13 16:49)

    Welcome to the MPI-M's Earth System Model Environment!

    The ESM Environment hosts a number of small tools that are used for preparing, running, and evaluating experiments with the MPI-M's earth system models.

    Make Experiments! - Run-script generation for earth system models

    Make Experiments! (mkexp) contains a set of tools for preparing experiments with the MPI-M's earth system models.

    Perversion - version control for input data

    Perversion (pvn) provides a version control system for sets of large data files where all versions need to be accessible immediately.

    NCL Shell - easy visualization scripting

    NCL Shell (nclsh) is a replacement for calling the NCAR Command Language (NCL) directly whenever you need to pass command line arguments to NCL without twisting your fingers into a knot.

    Self - self-extending maps and vectors

    Self is a fortran library that provides maps and vectors for arbitrary typed items

    mtime - A model time management library

    This project aims to provide time, calendar, and event handling for model applications.

    Related projects:

    • cdo - Climate Data Operators

     

  • Integration (2012-11-22 09:52)