Panoply
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Plot raster images of latitude/longitude-gridded data.   Free
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Panoply plots geo-gridded arrays of latitude-longitude, latitude-vertical or time-latitude data encoded in netCDF, HDF and GRIB format.

Features:
  • Slice specific 2D arrays from multidimensional variables which have more than two dimensions.
  • Combine two arrays in one plot by differencing, summing or averaging.
  • Menu of 80+ global and regional map projections for lon-lat plots.
  • Draw continents outlines or masks on lon-lat plots.
  • Apply any CPT, GGR, PAL, or ACT color table for scale colorbar.
What's New
Version 4.0:
  • Bugfix: Plot min-max initialized to wrong extrema when log-10 scale was specified in preferences.
  • Bugfix: Key command for toggling logarithmic scale did not fire.
  • Refactored lon-lat zonal line plot to better use scale meta class.
  • OS X version now requires at least "Java for OS X 10.6 Update 3", released May 2010.
  • Added items to history menu to reopen dataset and catalog most recently opened. (An error dialog appears if dataset or catalog is currently open.)
  • Lon-lat map plots allow for two overlays to be applied.
  • Added .gem, for GEMPAK data files, to list of explicitly recognized dataset types.
  • Bugfix: Negative number error blocked plotting if source array included more than 231 points.
  • Bugfix: Transverse Mercator projected grid handler did not watch for alternative implementation in netCDF-Java library. Also did not doublecheck easting and northing units (i.e., m vs. km).
  • Re-factored gridding for all previously available plot types. Lon-lat plots no longer differentiate between 'coarse' and 'fine' input grids. Input grids are no longer 'flipped' if an axis is not oriented in a specific direction.
  • Grid controls and preferences for all previously available plot types re-organized, and some new options added.
  • Added "generic" 2D plotting for data that is not geo-gridded or which does not follow a well-known metadata convention..
  • Added lon-time and lat-time plots, i.e., Hovmöller diagrams.
  • Added simple line plotting for, e.g., time series.
  • Bugfix: Export CSV and Export Labeled Text commands could fail silently.
  • Bugfix: Periodic preferences autosave was not saving.
  • Bugfix: (Windows) Appearance of JButtons in plot controls.
  • Library: Upgraded GISSmap to v. 1.5.1.
  • Min-max note for lon-lat plots also shows mean value if map projection is global.
  • Added support for UTM projected lon-lat input grids.
  • Library: Upgraded Apache Commons Lang to v. 3.3.
  • Library: Upgraded netCDF-Java to v. 4.3.21.
  • Overhauled handling of color tables and map overlays. Those included in the distribution are now embedded within Panoply code jar rather than supplementary folders.
  • Re-designed Preferences window and added panels for new plot types and for managing imported color tables and map overlays.
  • Able to read NCL Graphics RGB color tables.
  • Bugfix: Color pop-up menus included redundant colors in place of darker choices.
  • Library: Upgraded Quaqua to v. 9.1.
Version 4.0:
  • Bugfix: Plot min-max initialized to wrong extrema when log-10 scale was specified in preferences.
  • Bugfix: Key command for toggling logarithmic scale did not fire.
  • Refactored lon-lat zonal line plot to better use scale meta class.
  • OS X version now requires at least "Java for OS X 10.6 Update 3", released May 2010.
  • Added items to more...
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.6 or later
  • Java SE 6 or later



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ver. 4.x:
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Hans-de-Wolf commented on 02 Apr 2013
Looks like this software ism not available anymore to the general public - I get a 403 - Forbidden error in my browser.
[Version 3.1.8]


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M-Rick commented on 02 Apr 2010
I don't see in what Batchrename is related with that ...
[Version 2.9.1]

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Wikno replied on 21 Jun 2011
What? What are you talking about? This looks like a great app, and no, I don't think it is designed for "Batch Renaming". D/Ling now.
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Date:10 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
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Panoply plots geo-gridded arrays of latitude-longitude, latitude-vertical or time-latitude data encoded in netCDF, HDF and GRIB format.

Features:
  • Slice specific 2D arrays from multidimensional variables which have more than two dimensions.
  • Combine two arrays in one plot by differencing, summing or averaging.
  • Menu of 80+ global and regional map projections for lon-lat plots.
  • Draw continents outlines or masks on lon-lat plots.
  • Apply any CPT, GGR, PAL, or ACT color table for scale colorbar.
  • Save plots to disk using GIF, JPEG, PDF, PNG, PS or TIFF format.


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