What is the difference between Netcdf Extractor Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.0, and 2.1?

Data file created in the netCDF (network Common Data Form) format, a format used for storing multidimensional data in a manner independent of the platforms and disciplines for which it is used; often used by scientific researchers for GIS, atmospheric, climate, and ocean model data, as well as for data in other related fields; includes descriptive information about the data in addition to the data itself; used for storing and interchanging data.

NC files can be manipulated using Unidata's free netCDF tools, a set of libraries that provide interfaces in the Java, C, C++, Fortran, and Perl programming languages. The netCDF tools maintain backward compatibility with any previous file format versions. NC files are also supported by many other applications and command line utilities. So, read and extract data from nc files are not easy for such researchers that they can know coding or have not enough sience about Matlab, ArcGIS, NCL, and Python or other languages. One of the tedious activity for researchers and scholars is need of read or extract their NetCDF files.

In this regards, Agrimetsoft tried to develop an applicable and user-friendly tool which can help to users for easy work with NC files. By passing the times and with various demands of our respected users, so we have developed and modified our tools, step by step.

Version 1.0: You can extract your desirable data from NetCDF files one-by-one, and you can easily merge your data.

Version 1.1: It's the same as V1.0 but in this version there is a “Grid Number Calculator” for converting your coordinate to a Grid number (or origin and shape).

Version 2.0: It's a professional product. In this one you can extract data from multi files and merge them. If you want to calculate the sum or average of data of a region, it can process them for you in an easy way. It has also 'Grid Number Calculator'.

Version 2.1: It's the same as V2.0 but in this version there is a graph API for plotting Isoline graph and Heat-map graph by .nc files.