A utility to convert between a spreadsheet description
of a CDF and its skeleton.
This is the MASER (Measuring, Analyzing and Simulating
in the Radio range) project by Observatoire de Paris,
CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientique) and
CNES (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales), with support
from PADC (Paris Astronomical Data Centre) and CDPP
(Centre de Données de la Physique des Plasmas).
This Science Analysis Software for Space Plasmas (QSAS)
is a software package, provided by the United Kingdom
Cluster Science Centre (Imperial College London),
which provides a flexible,
extendable environment for the selection, manipulation, and
display of space physics data. QSAS is written in C/C++ and
is compiled using the gnu compiler set, and makes use of
several elements of third-party software, including
Currently available for
Linux, Mac OSX and Windows.
This pure Java-based package, developed by Dr. Mark Taylor
at Bristol University, United Kingdom, provides the read
access to CDF files. With this package, there is no need to
install the CDF library any more if you just want to
read the CDF files.
This is another pure Java-based package, developed by our
own Dr. Nand Lal, previously with Space Physics Data
Facility, Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA. This package
provides both the read and write access to CDF files.
There is no need to install any other CDF library. The jar file can
be found here: cdfj.
Its APIs document can be found
Contact CDF support for any inquiries.
This pure Python 3 package is developed by Bryan Harter
from The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
(LASP) in the University of Colorado at Boulder and
Michael Liu at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFG).
Mr. Harter wrote the native Python reader for CDF files
and Mike Liu added the writing capability to this cdflib
This Perl script is written by Dr. Joshua Shaffer at the
Drexel University. It enumerates all the attributes in a
given relation, creates the corresponding CDF structure,
and dumps the MySQL data into the CDF file. It uses Perl
DBI, but it can be adapted to work with other DBD drivers.