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Input and Output I: ASCII and Binary files. Data formats. ASCII Binary netCDF HDF. Write to screen. Syntax: print, arg 1 , arg 2 , …, arg n print, arg 1 , arg 2 , …, arg n , format=‘(format code)’ print, arg 1 , arg 2 , …, arg n , format=‘(N(format code))’

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Input and output i ascii and binary files
Input and Output I: ASCII and Binary files


Data formats
Data formats

  • ASCII

  • Binary

  • netCDF

  • HDF


Write to screen
Write to screen

  • Syntax:

    print, arg1, arg2, …, argn

    print, arg1, arg2, …, argn, format=‘(format code)’

    print, arg1, arg2, …, argn, format=‘(N(format code))’

  • Format codes (iN, fN.M, eN.M, aN)

    print, !pi, format=‘(i1)’

    print, !pi, format=‘(f5.2)’

    print, !pi, format=‘(e6.2)’

    print, string(!pi, format=‘(a5)’)

  • Notes on format codes:

    1) Always used from left to right

    2) If there are more codes than values, the left codes are not used

    3) If there are less codes than values, then after all codes are used, a new line is printed and the codes are repeated


Read from keyboard
Read from keyboard

  • Syntax:

    read, arg1, arg2, …, argn

    read, arg1, arg2, …, argn, format=‘(format code)’

    read, arg1, arg2, …, argn, format=‘(N(format code))’

  • Note: Please remember to define the variables before using them to read in data


Open close a file
Open/close a file

  • Two types of files:

    Formatted: ascii format

    Unformatted: binary format

  • Open a file for read only:

    openr, lun, filename

    (lun is the logical unit number, could be set as 1-99)

    openr, 5, ‘test.dat’

  • Open a file for read or write:

    openw, lun, filename

  • Close a file: Please remember to close a file after finishing reading/writing

    close, lun

  • Check for end-of-file: eof(lun) (=1, end; =0 not end)


Reading and writing ascii files
Reading and writing ascii files

  • Syntax:

    readf, lun, arg1, arg2, …, argn, format=‘(format code)’

    printf, lun, arg1, arg2, …, argn, format=‘(format code)’

  • Example

    p=1000.0

    T=29.5

    openw, 1, ‘t.dat’

    printf, 1, ‘Pressure’, p, ‘Temperature’, T, format=‘(a15, f8.1, a15, f8.1)’

    close, 1

    a2=‘ ’

    b2=‘ ’

    p2=0.0

    t2=0.0

    openr, 2, ‘t.dat’

    readf, 2, a2, p2, b2, t2, format=‘(a15, f8.1, a15, f8.1)’

    print, a2, p2, b2, t2

    close, 2


Check if you read the data correctly
Check if you read the data correctly

  • Print the value of one variable

  • Print the maximum, minimum, mean, median values

  • Plot the time series

  • Plot spatial distribution along a longitude or latitude or height

  • Plot horizontal distribution using contour map


Reading writing binary files
Reading/writing binary files

  • Syntax:

    readu, lun, arg1, arg2, …, argn

    (compatible w/ Fortran-77 unformatted direct access mode)

    readu, lun, arg1, arg2, …, argn, /f77_unformatted

    (compatible w/ Fortran-77 unformatted sequential access mode)

  • To read portable binary file: add /xdr

    readu, lun, arg1, arg2, …, argn, /xdr

    If you don’t know if the data file is in portable format or not, you can try adding/removing /xdr

  • Note: Binary format is generally machine-dependent, so please try to avoid writing data into binary files. You can use netCDF files instead if you want to reduce the file size.


Contour
Contour

Syntax:

contour, d, x, y

x(nx) x ordinate

y(ny) y ordinate

d(nx, ny) data array

contour, d (the data points are plotted against corresponding array indices)



Xyouts
xyouts

Syntax:

xyouts, x, y, string

where

x is x ordinate

y is y ordinate

string is the string you want to overplot


In class assignment v
In-class assignment V

Data files are stored at:

http://lightning.sbs.ohio-state.edu/geo820/data/

  • Read the ascii file sonde.ascii for sounding data from tropical station Chuuk. Read and plot the profiles of pressure (pres), height (hght), temperature (temp), and mixing ratio (mixr) for the first sounding

  • (Bonus) Could you find a way to automatically read all the soundings in this file?

  • Read the binary file precip.bin for GPI global satellite precipitation data. The readme file is precip.readme. Note you may need to check if it is in portable format. Use different methods to check if you read the data correctly.

  • Make a contour plot of the long-term mean of GPI global precipitation. Use xyouts to show the location of Columbus, OH


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