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#21 fixed Coordinate Types/Systems checks for CF-1.1 cf-checker@… ros

Following clarification of the axis attribute in CF-1.1 the following 2 checks need to be added to the CF Checker.

Section 4: "Coordinate Types"
Requirement: The axis attribute is not allowed for auxiliary coordinate variables.

Section 5: "Coordinate Systems"
Recommendation: All horizontal coordinate variables (in the unidata sense) should have an axis attribute.

#1 fixed Convert CF Conventions to DocBook XML halliday1 halliday1
  • Convert CF Conventions 1.0 and CF Standard Name Table to DocBook? XML.
  • Create scripts to automatically generate PDF, HTML, and chunked HTML output from DocBook?, and make it simple to update the website with new document revisions.
  • Add the baseline documents and build scripts to the CF Subversion repository.
#37 fixed Conventions for Point Observation Data stevehankin caron

1. Title

Conventions for Point Observation Data

2. Moderator

Steve Hankin

3. Requirement

Current conventions are oriented towards gridded data. This proposal extends the framework to specify how to encode "point observation" data.

4. Initial Statement of Technical Proposal

We show six types of point observational data, and describe a general way to encode many variations. The main technical extension is a simple way to describe ragged arrays, for the case when rectangular arrays are too inefficient.

5. Benefits

  • Many data providers would like to use CF conventions when storing their observational data.
  • This will allow a standard for converting things like BUFR data into netCDF.

6. Status Quo

Currently sections 5.4 and 5.5 describe 2 examples of point observations (station time series and trajectories). This proposal generalizes those.

7. Detailed Proposal

Because of the length of this, I have written it as a Microsoft Word file to make it easy to edit. I can reformat later when it is close to being finished.

Some background docs and earlier drafts:

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