Panoply netCDF, HDF and GRIB Data Viewer
Credits and Acknowledgments
Panoply was written by;
Java Code Libraries
Panoply uses the following third-party, open-source Java code libraries, provided under various licenses as listed. You may obtain source code for these libraries at the given URLs. More information about Panoply itself is available at www.giss.nasa.gov/tools/panoply.
version 5.0.0 (beta 2).
Copyright © 1993-2018 University Corporation for Atmospheric Research/Unidata. Available at github.com/Unidata/thredds. Used under terms of the BSD 3-Clause License.
The unified "netcdfAll" jar bundles in several other libraries, including: GRIB Java Decoder; OPeNDAP library; Apache Commons Logging, Commons Codec and HttpClient libraries; and JDOM. Please see the netCDF Java website for a list of these libraries and their license information.
Other libraries used include:
Copyright © 2010-2017 Stan Vitvitskyy and the JCodec Project. Available at github.com/jcodec/jcodec. Used under terms of the Free BSD license.
OS-specific Java app launchers were created using:
version forked by The Infinite Kind.
Available at bitbucket.org/infinitekind/appbundler.
The color tables built into Panoply come from several sources. Among them are:
Color tables whose names begin with the prefix CB are based on color information obtained from ColorBrewer2.org by Cynthia A. Brewer of the Dept. of Geography at the Pennsylvania State University.
Color tables whose names begin with GMT are based on color schemes from the Generic Mapping Tools software from SOEST at the University of Hawai'i.
Color tables whose names begin with NCL are based on color schemes from the NCL Graphics Color Table Gallery from UCAR.
Color tables whose names begin with UO are based on color schemes described by Light & Bartlein of the Dept. of Geography at the University of Oregon.
Some color tables included with the Panoply software package were obtained from J.J. Green's CPT City website. See that site for many more CPT format color tables compatible with Panoply.
Other additional scale colorbars may be downloaded from the Panoply website.
Most coastline and border outline map overlays included in Panoply are based on the Micro World Data Bank II (MWDB II) dataset, originally created by Fred Pospeschil and Antonio Rivera. We use the version dated 2011 available for download from Pospeschil's website.