prepared for big changes with the next release!
CDAT 4.3 will be
the last CDAT version
with the Numeric module. From the new version 5.0
and on, we will be only supporting the NumPy module and Python version
Both CDAT 4.3
will only compile with the Python 2.5+ versions.
note, that the Numeric module with Python 2.5 will not compile on the
Because of the
changes coming with the new NumPy, the CDAT
5.0 will have new modules cdms2
and MV2 and the old cdms and MV modules
will be deprecated. We will be supplying the authomatic
conversion program that will help you with the transition from the
pre-CDAT 5.0 to the post CDAT 5.0 programming with the new
excited to introduce new TrueType
fonts into CDAT.
number is now
not limited to 9, but it is unlimited.
By default the fonts are loaded from your PCMDI_GRAPHICS
directory. But you can also add you own fonts dynamically when running
Here are the default fonts distributed with
CDAT and their
always a lot of questions about the time axis and how to properly
understand it and convert between different time representations and
different time units, in order to for example analyse two datasets with
different time representation.
providing here the tutorials on the time axis and different ways of
working with it.