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Re: [ferret_users] merge in time


I recently had a similar question using an ASCII temp file:
You can also use the save/append option when writing a netcdf file.

Hope this helps,

Peter Szabo wrote:
Dear Users,
i have two data sets, both are on the same x-y grid, with same variable name. The first variable is only one timestep, while the second one consists of 360 (the name of the time axis is the same also). I want to merge them to get a variable with 361 points in time. The first timestep should be the first variable (with one point in time). I tried looking through the archive, but none of the messages helped. Is there any simple way to do that?
I know i could do this with an other program.

Any help would be appreciated,
Peter Szabo

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