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       ncpdq - netCDF Permute Dimensions Quickly, Pack Data Quietly...


       ncpdq  [-3]  [-4]  [-5]  [-6]  [-7]  [-A] [-a dim[,...]]  [--bfr sz_byt][-C][-c][--cnk_byt
       sz_byt][--cnk_csh  sz_byt][--cnk_dmn  nm,sz_lmn]  [--cnk_map   map]   [--cnk_min   sz_byt]
       [--cnk_plc   plc]   [--cnk_scl   sz_lmn][-D   dbg_lvl]   [-d  dim,[  min][,[  max]]]  [-F]
       [--fl_fmt=fmt] [-G gpe_dsc]  [-g  grp[,...]]   [--glb  att_name=  att_val]]  [-h]  [--hdf]
       [--hdr_pad  sz_byt][--hpss_try]  [-L  dfl_lvl]  [-l  path]  [-M  pck_map]  [--mrd] [--msa]
       [--no_cll_msr] [--no_frm_trm] [--no_tmp_fl] [-O] [-o output-file] [-P pck_plc]  [-p  path]
       [--ppc  var1[,  var2[,...]]=  prc]]  [-R]  [-r]  [--ram_all] [-t thr_nbr] [-U] [--unn] [-v
       var[,...]]  [-X box] [-x] input-file [ output-file ]


       ncpdq packs or re-shapes variables in input-file and stores them  in  output-file.   Which
       variables  to  pack/unpack  are  determined  by  the packing policy encoded in the pck_plc
       argument to the -P switch.  Valid pck_plc options are all_new, all_xst, xst_new, and  upk.
       The numeric type of variable to pack or re-pack a variable to is determined by the packing
       map encoded in the pck_map argument to the -M switch.  Valid pck_map options are  flt_byt,
       flt_sht, hgh_byt, hgh_sht, and nxt_lsr.

       ncpdq  re-shapes  variables  in  input-file  by  re-ordering  and/or  reversing dimensions
       specified in the dimension list.   The  dimension  list  is  a  comma  separated  list  of
       dimension names, optionally prefixed by negative signs, that follow the -a switch.  To re-
       order variables by a subset of their dimensions, specify  these  dimensions  in  a  comma-
       separated  list  following  -a, e.g., -a lon,lat.  To reverse a dimension, prefix its name
       with a negative sign in the dimension list, e.g., -a -lat.  Re-ordering and  reversal  may
       be performed simultaneously, e.g., -a lon,-lat,time,-lev.

       Users  may  specify any permutation of dimensions, including permutations which change the
       record dimension identity.  The record dimension is re-ordered like any  other  dimension.
       The  record  dimension  is  always the most slowly varying dimension in a record variable.
       The specified re-ordering will fail if it requires creating more than one record dimension
       amongst all the output variables.


       NCO manual pages written by Charlie Zender and originally formatted by Brian Mays.


       Report bugs to <>.


       Copyright © 1995-2018 Charlie Zender
       This  is  free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO warranty; not


       The full documentation for NCO is maintained as a Texinfo  manual  called  the  NCO  Users
       Guide.   Because  NCO  is mathematical in nature, the documentation includes TeX-intensive
       portions  not  viewable  on  character-based  displays.   Hence  the  only  complete   and
       authoritative  versions  of  the  NCO  Users  Guide  are  the  PDF (recommended), DVI, and
       Postscript  versions  at  <>,  <>,   and
       <>,   respectively.   HTML  and  XML  versions  are  available  at
       <> and <>, respectively.

       If the info and NCO programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info nco

       should give you access to the complete manual, except for the TeX-intensive portions.

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       ncks(1), nco(1), ncpdq(1), ncra(1), ncrcat(1), ncremap(1), ncrename(1), ncwa(1)


       The NCO homepage at <> contains more information.