This slide will provide an overview of current functionality, techniques, and tips for visualization and query of HDF and netCDF data in ArcGIS, as well as future plans. Hierarchical Data Format (HDF) and netCDF (network Common Data Form) are two widely used data formats for storing and manipulating scientific data. The NetCDF format also supports temporal data by using multidimensional arrays. The basic structure of data in this format and how to work with it will be covered in the context of standardized data structures and conventions. This slide will demonstrate the tools and techniques for ingesting HDF and netCDF data efficiently in ArcGIS, as well as some common workflows to employ the visualization capabilities of ArcGIS for effective animation and analysis of your data.
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