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H5READ: Octave function to import 2d slices from HDF5 datasets

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  • Steven G. Johnson


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    This is an Octave plug-in for importing 2d slices from HDF5 datasets into Octave, where you can then manipulate and plot the data. Once it is compiled, make install places h5read.oct in the global site directory for Octave plugins (OCTAVE_HOME/libexec/octave/site/oct/ARCH/). In Octave, type help h5read for instructions.

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    Software component provided by in its series Octave codes with number C021102.

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    Programming language: Octave
    Requires: Octave
    Date of creation: 11 Feb 2000
    Handle: RePEc:cod:octave:c021102
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