meteograms(meteotable), performance

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elier
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meteograms(meteotable), performance

Post by elier » 08 May 2010 18:00

Thanks for keep improving zygrib, still becoming a very powerful tool for the weather prediction, but I would like to ask some features, like the posibility of saving meteotable, maybe as a picture or plaintext data and improving the performance of the windows version, because consume so many resources.

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Re: meteograms(meteotable), performance

Post by jza » 18 May 2010 22:35

Hi,
elier wrote:posibility of saving meteotable, maybe as a picture or plaintext data
Done in version 3.9.2
elier wrote:and improving the performance of the windows version, because consume so many resources.
It's not possible to add more and more features and to reduce the resources consumption.
Just a piece of advice: adjust the extend of the grib to the power of your computer, and don't load data not useful for you.
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Re: meteograms(meteotable), performance

Post by elier » 20 May 2010 13:24

ok, thanks for taking my suggestions into account, the meteotable data is so useful, and about the resources, you are right, that why I split the data into 2 or 3 grib files, but still having problems of performance, maybe is because I only have 512 Mb ;) and of course I use in windows XP instead of GNU/Linux at work

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