The /OUTTYPE option is available for any netCDF write, regardless
of the source of the data. In my tests it is working with Ferret
v6.93; this has not changed recently.
Note you can say
yes? set list/outtype=double
To apply that setting to all files written in the session. (Often people use SET LIST/OUTTYPE=float or even /OUTTYPE=int, to save disk space when their data does not need double precision output.) The default type for writing netCDF files is the input data type; does your data have more than 6-7 digits? Are the data correct within Ferret when it reads from your binary file?
On 7/4/2017 8:37 PM, Ryo Furue wrote:
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