- BYU .SIR file format readers and utilities
Software for reading the BYU .SIR file format is available from the NASA Scatterometer Climate Record Pathfinder ftp site. Readers and viewers are available for C, C++, Fortran (77), Fortran 90, Matlab, and IDL/PV-WAVE, Available utilities include a modified Linux xv, program to directly view .SIR files, two utilities to view the file contents and convert to other image formats sir_util and sir_util2, and programs to convert .SIR files into geotiff files. A pre-compiled windows viewer is available, sirtool. Selected utility programs are available as pre-compiled windows executables, e.g. sir_util, and sir_util2.
- BYU file readers for ultra high resolution wind, rain, and sigma-0
Software for reading BYU ultra high resolution wind products, including .avewr, .WRave2, .WRave3, and .WRrain files, is available from the NASA Scatterometer Climate Record Pathfinder ftp site. Most readers and viewers are available for C, Fortran, Matlab, and IDL/PV-Wave.
TOPICS: Tool for Polar Ice Characteristics Study
IDL software tools and an analysis of ERS-1/-2 scatterometer data developed by Pierre Mercier at JPL under the direction of Dr. Mark Drinkwater. Includes documentation (in pdf) and a collection of analysis images in .tiff format. Available from the NASA Scatterometer Climate Record Pathfinder ftp site.
- SeaWinds Xshape software and documentation
Documentation and software for describing the SeaWinds instrument spatial response function developed by D.G. Long at Brigham Young University. (simplified 6 dB contour for slice, simplified 3D egg response function)
- SeaWinds 3D slice response software and documentation
Documentation and software for describing the SeaWinds instrument slice spatial response function developed by D.G. Long and studentsat Brigham Young University. (full 3D slice response function)
While the available software has been tested on a variety of platforms, no claim is made for the correctness or suitability of the code for any purpose. Any use of this code is made at the user's own risk. Source code not otherwise copyrighted may be freely copied and modified as long as (1) original authorship is acknowledged, and (2) code is not distributed for commercial purposes without prior authorization.