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OceanPC - The Oceanographic Data Visualization and Analysis Tool
Entry ID: Oceanpc-00
Abstract: (Summary adapted from the OceanPC web site and supplemental information)
OceanPC is an Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) project
to organize a system of free or inexpensive software for processing of
oceanographic data (principally oceanographic profile data) on
IBM-compatible microcomputers. Using OceanPC, you can:
l) Enter various types of oceanographic observations from your ... own
2) Merge your own data with historical data from other ships and
nations to create a local or regional Oceanographic Atlas;
3) Analyze, display, print, and plot the merged data; and
4) Exchange data with oceanographers and National Data Centers around
OceanPC accommodates the wide diversity of data types, formats, and
applications of oceanographic data. A wide variety of improvements to
OceanPC are desirable, particularly more flexible interfacing between
large, "standard" system. Within the original project constraint of
providing a reasonably sized, low cost system, the project team will
work toward incorporating additional components into succeeding
versions of OceanPC.
Use Constraints Users are encouraged to contact IOC if they have special needs for
software or data sets, or can contribute software to the system.
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UNESCO, Paris. 37 pp.
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coastline and political boundary data for use on PC
microcomputers. For information, contact: Fred Pospeschil, 3108
Jackson St., Bellevue, NE. 68005. Telephone number 402-291-0795
(6-9 PM Central Time).
Rhines, P. B. 1992. ATLAST Release 3.5: A World-Ocean Atlas of
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