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Can you tell me, the differences between AgMERRA and APHRODITE?

AgMERRA corrects to gridded temperature (maximum, minimum, and mean) and precipitation, incorporates satellite precipitation, and replaces solar radiation with NASA/GEWEX SRB to cover the 1980-2010 period, in daily time scale. Also it shows relative humidity (maximum), and wind speed. The spatial resolution for every of variable are different, namely precipitation (mm), Wind Speed (m/s), and Relative Humidity are in 0.25 degree, Solar Radiation (MJ/m2/day) is in 1 degree, Mean, Min and Max Temperature (C) are in 0.5 degree.

The APHRODITE (Asian Precipitation-Highly-Resolved Observational Data Integration Towards Evaluation) (Yatagai et al., 2009) can present only precipitation data in daily time scale, with 0.25 and 0.5 degree resolutions. This gauge can present dataset only for Asia.

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morteza (morteza.miri64@gmail.com):
How can I open and read a NetCDF file?