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NetCDF is incredibly general and writing slow code is easy. I routinely deal with tens of thousands of NetCDF files in R, using some combination of packages raster, ncdf, ncdf4, RNetCDF, or rgdal. The key is to leverage the cell index tools in raster so that the "cell-in-polygon" test occurs only once, then you can apply the extraction across all files. Many ...



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