Resources for HDF Files with F90/95

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In summary, an HDF file is a standardized file format used to store and organize large amounts of data, commonly used in F90/95 for scientific and engineering applications. Resources for learning how to work with HDF files in F90/95 include online tutorials, documentation, and books. To read and manipulate HDF files in F90/95, the HDF library's F90/95 interface must be used, which provides functions and subroutines. While there are limitations when using HDF files with F90/95, they can still be created and manipulated, although there may be performance issues and not all features may be supported. It is important to consult the HDF library's documentation for more information.
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hey guys,

I am doing a research project using f90/95 in conjuction with HDF formatted files. Can anyone suggest some resources?

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There are several resources available for HDF files with F90/95 that you can utilize for your research project. Some of them include:

1. The HDF Group website (https://www.hdfgroup.org/): This is the official website for HDF, where you can find documentation, tutorials, and examples for using HDF with F90/95.

2. The HDF Forum (https://forum.hdfgroup.org/): This is a community forum where you can ask questions, share information, and learn from other users who have experience with HDF and F90/95.

3. Online tutorials and courses: There are many online tutorials and courses available that can help you learn how to use HDF with F90/95. Some popular options include Coursera, Udemy, and YouTube.

4. Books: There are several books available that cover HDF and F90/95, such as "Modern Fortran: Style and Usage" by Norman S. Clerman and Walter Spector, and "Parallel Programming in Fortran 95 using OpenMP" by Miguel Hermanns and Jesús Labarta.

I hope these resources will be helpful for your research project. Good luck!
 

1. What is an HDF file and how is it used in F90/95?

An HDF file, or Hierarchical Data Format file, is a standardized file format used to store and organize large amounts of data. In F90/95, it is commonly used for scientific and engineering applications to store and access complex data structures.

2. What resources are available for learning how to work with HDF files in F90/95?

There are several resources available for learning how to work with HDF files in F90/95. Some popular options include online tutorials, documentation provided by the HDF Group, and books specifically focused on HDF and F90/95 programming.

3. How do I read data from an HDF file using F90/95?

To read data from an HDF file in F90/95, you will need to use the HDF library's F90/95 interface, which provides functions and subroutines for accessing and manipulating HDF data. The library's documentation and tutorials can help guide you through the process.

4. Can HDF files be created and manipulated using F90/95?

Yes, HDF files can be created and manipulated using F90/95. The HDF library's F90/95 interface includes functions and subroutines for creating, writing to, and modifying HDF files. The library's documentation and tutorials can provide more information on how to do this.

5. Are there any limitations to using HDF files with F90/95?

While HDF files are a powerful and versatile file format, there are some limitations when using them with F90/95. For example, there may be some performance issues when working with large datasets, and not all features of HDF files may be supported in F90/95. It is important to consult the HDF library's documentation for more information on these limitations and how to work around them.

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