[MITgcm-support] post-processing tools?

Yuan Lian lian at ashimaresearch.com
Mon Jan 31 18:30:53 EST 2011

Hi Chunyan,

There are several options for post-processing

Matlab (many scripts in MITgcm/utils/matlab)

Or alternatively you can use octave if you don't have matlab, they are
nearly fully compatible except some of the plotting tools. Octave
doesn't have nice GUI figure adjustment as matlab but you can
use command line control.


On 1/31/11 7:10 AM, Chun-Yan Zhou wrote:
> Hello all,
>  What kind of program is suitable to post proceed the result of 
> MITgcm, like showing the filed flow map of each layer? Is there anyone 
> use Tecplot?
>  Any suggestion is very much appreciated.
>  chunyan
> Chunyan Zhou
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