Re: [R] how to read hdf files under R?

From: antonio rodriguez <antonio.raju_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu 08 Jun 2006 - 04:11:32 EST

Nicolas Degallier wrote:
> Hi!
>
> I am trying to install in my R environment the rhdf5 package and
> library but it seems to have vanished from either the CRAN or
> BioConductors sites.
>
> Can you tell me where it would be possible to find it or any R
> library (or function) able to read hdf files?

hf5 it is supposed to do this, but I haven't any success trying to open an .hdf (V5) file (i.e: pathfinderv5 sst data) I always get some data format problem message. So I use to search for a netcdf format for the data I want and input into R with the netCDF library (old but useful)

BR,

arv

>
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>
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