HDF (4)

What is HDF?

At its lowest level, HDF is a physical file format for storing scientific data. At its highest level, HDF is a collection of utilities and applications for manipulating, viewing, and analyzing data in HDF files. Between these levels, HDF is a software library that provides high-level APIs and a low-level data interface.

HDF 4 Homepage

The HDF 4 Homepage and documentation is available at http://hdf.ncsa.uiuc.edu/products/hdf4/index.html.

Using HDF 4 on a C&C Cluster

HDF4.2r3 is installed on UCR C&C Clusters. HDF 4 is installed under /usr/local/pkgs/HDF4.2r3. There are symlinks to the HDF 4 binaries, libraries and other files in appropriate directories under /usr/local.

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