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As more data are stored in HDF5 (and netCDF4), tool vendors are encouraged to provide access to these formats and to help users discover, access, use, and understand those data. Many commercial tools now include HDF5 among the standard formats that they support. In fact, some tools are using HDF5 as their standard format for a wide variety of data types. This session brings HDF5 developers, vendors and users together to demonstrate new capabilities and suggest future directions.


HDF/EOS Workshop Session