The current version of CMOR is 2.9.1
CMOR2 supports NetCDF4 compression and irregular grids.
Since May 14th, 2010 the CMOR repo has been moved to "git" instead of subversion. You can obtain git at: http://git-scm.com/
The First thing you will need to do is to "clone" the cmor repository. This will take you automatically to the latest stable version
Download the CMOR v2.9.1 Software:
RELEASE NOTES can be found here
In order to be notified when new releases are made, or for general questions about CMOR, please subscribe to the cmor list (See here for more info on this).
As mentioned above the current version (2.9.1) can be obtained by cloning the repo:
git clone git://github.com/PCMDI/cmor.git
This protocol is using on special port that is sometimes blocked by some organization, if this doesn't work, please use the VERY SLOW http protocol bellow
git clone http://github.com/PCMDI/cmor.git
This will take you to the latest stable version, if subsequent versions are released you can obtain them automatically by using the following command:
Unstable (experimental/bleeding-edge) version can be found under the "devel" branch.
This branch, can be obtained by issuing:
git clone git://github.com/PCMDI/cmor.git cd cmor git checkout -b devel origin/devel
thereafter you can get the latest changes via:
It is always possible to jump back to the current "stable" release by issuing:
git checkout master
You can also download CMOR v1.3 , which is build on NetCDF 3.6 library and writes data in netcdf 3.x format
svn export http://www-pcmdi.llnl.gov/svn/repository/cmor/branches/cmor-1.x
Download the CMOR input files for your project:
CMOR2 Tables for AR5 are distributed as part of a separate repository, you can access in the Tables subdirectory via:
git clone git://github.com/PCMDI/cmip5-cmor-tables.git
This protocol is using on special port that is sometimes blocked by some organization, if this doesn't work, please use the VERY SLOW http protocol bellow:
git clone http://github.com/PCMDI/cmip5-cmor-tables.git
Read the file named " INSTALL " (in the CMOR directory) for the most
recent installation instructions or go to
Installation. This tells you how to create the library. As explained in the INSTALL file, you should also compile the test codes , which are in the Test subdirectory. If you need to alter the makefile (or the compile file), other than changing paths, please send us a copy of what you had to do, so others can avoid repeating your work. If you are able to compile successfully, but CMOR returns an error message on execution, you should contact Karl Taylor (email@example.com).
of CMOR itself ( cmor_users_guide.pdf ) is in the Doc subdirectory included in the distribution. There is a sample code listed as an appendix in the documentation. This should help you to write a code for converting your data to
CF-compliant data, as required for IPCC and other MIP submissions.
Please let us know if you uncover any suspected bugs, or if you have suggestions or need further clarification.