[gdal-dev] subdatasets not read in a HDF file

Jose Gomez-Dans jgomezdans at gmail.com
Mon Oct 24 09:04:00 EDT 2011

Hi Joaquim,

On 24 October 2011 13:56, Joaquim Luis <jluis at ualg.pt> wrote:

> Anton,
> I don't remember the details because I programmed that some time ago, but
> from what I recall that's the most accurate way of interpolating the data
> into a regular grid. The whole procedure is implemented in Mirone were the
> x,y,z triplets (computed after the cnt_pt_col|row)  are reinterpolated with
> minimum curvature or nearneighbor algorithms to calculate a regular grid.
>  Now, this used to work with temperature data but it didn't anymore with
> that chlorophyll file (Mirone stand-alone crashed) .  The implementation use
> a Matlab hdf reader MEX and that MEX of the time of ML6.5 crashes. New
> versions work okay but I cannot used them in the Mirone stand-alone so I
> though in using GDAL (as I do in many other instances), except that ... it
> doesn't work too.

I think that GDAL doesn't do the 1D datasets you find in some products
(MODIS MOD09XX springn to mind). Here's a message I sent to the list in
2008, and a reply from F Warmerdam on it. I ended up using pyhdf in the
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