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Esri ArcGIS can read netCDF files directly. No need to convert to ascii.


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You can refer to the NetCDF Climate and Forecast (CF) Metadata Conventions to get more information about the terminology of the netCDF file: lat_bnds: latitude boundary coordinates lon_bnds: longitude boundary coordinates latitude dimension: A dimension of a netCDF variable that has an associated latitude coordinate variable longitude dimension: ...


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I had the same problem. You should install and the ncdf4 package. install.packages("ncdf4") Then be sure to run library(ncdf4) before running the brick function from raster. Below is my code: library(raster) library(ncdf4) r <- brick("E:\\test.nc",varname="precip") r


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I had the same question and I found this question to be very helpful. Hence, to solve your problem you need to update your code, following the example I include below. Start by studying the crs, lat and lon variables. res_in_lat, res_in_lon = 0.05, 0.05 # change accordingly bounds = {"north_lat" : 50, # change this dic accordingly "...


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