We are honoured that we got to arrange a NCL workshop here in
Bergen with the program developers Mary Haley and Dennis Shea.
The course was full with 16 participants from both ResClim,
Geophysical Institute and the Nansen Centre. This NCL workshop was
tailored to students and researchers in the earth sciences who were
interested in learning how to use NCL to analyze their data.
photo by Mary Haley
The NCAR Command Language (NCL), a product of the Computational
& Information Systems Laboratory at the National Center for
Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and sponsored by the National Science
Foundation, is a free interpreted language designed specifically
for scientific data processing and visualization particularly for
regional and global modeling such as the CESM, NorESM, and WRF.