Provided by: nexus-tools_4.3.2-svn1921-6_amd64
nxconvert - convert a NeXus file between different on disk file formats
nxconvert [-x|-h4|-h5|-d|-o keepws|-o table] [infile [outfile]]
NeXus supports different file formats for physical storage on disk or other media. nxconvert allows the user to convert a file to a different backend. If no output file is supplied on the command line, the program asks for one interactively. Same if the input file is not given.
The following options are supported: -x make outfile XML -h4 make outfile HDF4 (this is the default) -h5 make outfile HDF5 -d make a XML based definition file used for validating NeXus files (i.e. remove the data). -o keepws the XML file created should preserve whitespace. -o table the XML file created should write the data in a table format where the columns and rows are easily imported into spreadsheet programs.
nxconvert was originally written by Freddie Akeroyd and Ray Osborn. This manual page was written by Tobias Richter <Tobias.Richter@diamond.ac.uk> and may be used by others. June 2010 NXCONVERT(1)