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NCREMAP(1) General Commands Manual NCREMAP(1)


ncremap - netCDF Remapper


ncremap [-3] [-4] [-5] [-6] [-7] [-a alg_typ] [--a2o ] [--add_fll] [-D dbg_lvl] [-d dst_fl] [--devnull= dvn_flg] [--dt_sng= dt_sng] [--fl_fmt= fmt] [--d2f ] [--dpt ] [--dpt_fl dpt_fl] [--esmf_typ= esmf_typ] [-G grd_sng] [-g grd_fl] [-I in_drc] [-i in_fl] [-j job_nbr] [-L dfl_lvl] [-M] [-m map_fl] [--mpi_nbr= mpi_nbr] [--mpi_pfx= mpi_pfx] [--msh_fl= msh_fl] [--msk_apl] [--msk_dst= msk_dst] [--msk_out= msk_out] [--msk_src= msk_src] [--mss_val= mss_val] [-n nco_usr] [--nm_dst= nm_dst] [--nm_src= nm_src] [--no_cll_msr ] [--no_frm_trm] [--no_permute] [-O out_drc] [-o output-file] [-P prc_typ] [-p par_typ] [--pdq_opt= pdq_opt] [--ppc_opt= ppc_opt] [--preserve= prs_stt] [-R rgr_opt] [--rrg_bb_wesn= bb_wesn] [--rrg_dat_glb= dat_glb] [--rrg_grd_glb= grd_glb] [--rrg_grd_rgn= grd_rgn] [--rrg_rnm_sng= rnm_sng] [-s grd_src] [--sgs_frc= sgs_frc] [--sgs_msk= sgs_msk] [--sgs_nrm= sgs_nrm] [--skl_fl = skl_fl] [--stdin ] [--no_stdin ] [--stg_grd] [--no_stg_grd] [-T drc_tmp] [-t thr_nbr] [-U] [-u unq_sfx] [--ugrid_fl= ugrid_fl] [--uio] [-V rgr_var] [-v var_lst] [--vrb_lvl= vrb_lvl] [--version ] [--vrt_fl vrt_fl] [--vrt_ntp= vrt_ntp] [--vrt_xtr= vrt_xtr] [-W wgt_opt] [-w wgt_cmd] [-x xtn_lst] [--xcl_var ] [--xtr_nsp= xtr_nsp] [--xtr_xpn= xtr_xpn]


ncremap remaps the data in the input-file file(s) to the grid specified by (in descending order of precedence) map_fl , dst_fl, grd_dst, or grd_sng, and stores the result(s) in the output-file file(s).


NCO manual pages written by Charlie Zender and originally formatted by Brian Mays.


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