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   "active","author_edmo","cdi_identifier","originator_edmo"
   "active","author_edmo","cdi_identifier","originator_edmo"
   "True",          "486",      "1451364",          "1054"
   "True",          "486",      "1451364",          "1054"
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  ...
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* An quick way to check if a data point is in the MARIS database is to construct the following URL:
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  http://emodnet-chemistry.maris2.nl/v_cdi_v3/print_wfs.asp?popup=yes&edmo=X&identifier=Y
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Replacing X with the author edmo code and Y with the CDI identifier. For example:
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  http://emodnet-chemistry.maris2.nl/v_cdi_v3/print_wfs.asp?popup=yes&edmo=486&identifier=1451364
* Get a list of all CDIs and EMDO codes used in a DIVA product will the following command:
* Get a list of all CDIs and EMDO codes used in a DIVA product will the following command:

Revision as of 10:11, 29 November 2016

divadoxml-gui is a graphical tool to generate a XML description of DIVA products for Sextant. The latest source code is available here

The following presentation summaries its usage: http://modb.oce.ulg.ac.be/mediawiki/upload/DIVA/talks/divadoxml-gui.pdf divadoxml-gui.pdf

Installation instruction are give in the file called INSTALL.



Troubleshooting

Use a HTTP proxy

If you use a HTTP proxy, you can set the environment variable before starting the tool:

export http_proxy=http://PROXY_IP:PROXY_PORT

where you need to replace the IP address and the port of the proxy.


Missing CDI

If a CDI used in the NetCDF file, could not be found in the MARIS database, you will see an error like this: "Not all CDI could be found. See the file ...".

  • You might need to update the CDI list. Click on "Reload vocabularies and CDI list".
  • Check CDI included in the file ending with "cdi_import_errors.csv" and compare the CDI identifier with the table CDI-list-export.zip.


 "active","author_edmo","cdi_identifier","originator_edmo"
 "True",          "486",       "1451364",           "1054"
 ...
  • An quick way to check if a data point is in the MARIS database is to construct the following URL:
  http://emodnet-chemistry.maris2.nl/v_cdi_v3/print_wfs.asp?popup=yes&edmo=X&identifier=Y

Replacing X with the author edmo code and Y with the CDI identifier. For example:

  http://emodnet-chemistry.maris2.nl/v_cdi_v3/print_wfs.asp?popup=yes&edmo=486&identifier=1451364
  • Get a list of all CDIs and EMDO codes used in a DIVA product will the following command:
ncdump -v obsid /path/to/NetCDF/file.nc > obid.txt

The format is <author EDMO code>-<CDI id>.

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