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DBATBL(1)						      General Commands Manual							 DBATBL(1)

NAME
dbatbl - Manage on-disk reference tables for DB-ALLe SYNOPSIS
dbatbl [command] [options] [args...] DESCRIPTION
This tool allows to index and query the tables that are needed for normal functioning of DB-ALLe. dbatbl always requires a non-switch argument, that indicates what is the operation that should be performed: help Print a help summary. help manpage Print this manpage. cat tableid [tableid [...]] Output all the contents of a WMO B table.. grep string Output all the contents of the local B table whose description contains the given string.. expand table-entry [table-entry [...]] Describe a WMO B table entry or expand a WMO D table entry in its components.. expandcode varcode [varcode [...]] Expand the value of a packed variable code. index [options] filename index-id Index the contents of a table file. describe [options] what [values] Invoke the formatter to describe the given values. Supported so far are: "level ltype l1 l2", "trange pind p1 p2". OPTIONS
dbatbl follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). Option for command cat -?, --help print an help message -c, --csv output variables in CSV format Option for command grep -?, --help print an help message -c, --csv output variables in CSV format Option for command expand -?, --help print an help message Option for command expandcode -?, --help print an help message Option for command index -?, --help print an help message -t type, --type=type format of the table to index ('b', 'd', 'conv') Option for command describe -?, --help print an help message AUTHOR
dbatbl has been written by Enrico Zini <enrico@enricozini.com> for ARPA Emilia Romagna, Servizio Idrometeorologico. may 16, 2012 DBATBL(1)

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DBAMSG(1)						      General Commands Manual							 DBAMSG(1)

NAME
dbamsg - Work with encoded meteorological data SYNOPSIS
dbamsg [command] [options] [args...] DESCRIPTION
Examine, dump and convert files containing meteorological data. It supports observations encoded in BUFR, CREX and AOF formats. dbamsg always requires a non-switch argument, that indicates what is the operation that should be performed: help Print a help summary. help manpage Print this manpage. scan [options] [filter] filename [filename [...]] Summarise the contents of a file with meteorological data. dump [options] [filter] filename [filename [...]] Dump the contents of a file with meteorological data. cat [options] [filter] filename [filename [...]] Dump the raw data of a file with meteorological data. convert [options] [filter] filename [filename [...]] Convert meteorological data between different formats. compare [options] filename1 [filename2] Compare two files with meteorological data. fixaof [options] filename [filename1 [...]]] Recomputes the start and end of observation period in the headers of the given AOF files. makebufr [options] filename [filename1 [...]]] Read a simple description of a BUFR file and output the BUFR file.. Read a simple description of a BUFR file and output the BUFR file. This only works for simple BUFR messages without attributes encoded with data present bitmaps. bisect [options] --test=testscript filename Bisect filename and output the minimum subsequence found for which testscript fails.. Run testscript passing parts of filename on its stdin and checking the return code. Then divide the input in half and try on each half. Keep going until testscript does not fail in any portion of the file. Output to stdout the smallest portion for which testscript fails. This is useful to isolate the few messages in a file that cause problems. head [options] [filter] filename [filename [...]] Dump the contents of the header of a file with meteorological data. OPTIONS
dbamsg follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). Options used to filter messages --category=num match messages with the given data category --subcategory=num match BUFR messages with the given data subcategory --check-digit=num match CREX messages with check digit (if 1) or without check digit (if 0) --unparsable match only messages that cannot be parsed --parsable match only messages that can be parsed --index=expr match messages with the index in the given range (ex.: 1-5,9,22-30) Option for command scan -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output -t type, --type=type format of the input data ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof') Option for command dump -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output -t type, --type=type format of the unput data ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof') --interpreted dump the message as understood by the importer --precise import messages using precise contexts instead of standard ones --text dump as text that can be processed by dbamsg makebufr --csv dump in machine readable CSV format --dds dump structure of data description section --structured structured dump of the message contents Option for command cat -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output -t type, --type=type format of the input data ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof') Option for command convert -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output -t type, --type=type format of the input data ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof', 'csv') -d type, --dest=type format of the data in output ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof') --template=name template of the data in output (autoselect if not specified, 'list' gives a list) -r rep_memo, --report=rep_memo force output data to be of this type of report --precise import messages using precise contexts instead of standard ones --recompute-categories recompute data categories and subcategories according to message contents Option for command compare -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output -t type, --type1=type format of the first file to compare ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof') -d type, --type2=type format of the second file to compare ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof') Option for command fixaof -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output Option for command makebufr -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output Option for command bisect -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output --test=cmd command to run to test a message group -t type, --type=type format of the input data ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof') Option for command head -?, --help print an help message --verbose verbose output -t type, --type=type format of the input data ('bufr', 'crex', 'aof') EXAMPLES
Here are some example invocations of dbamsg: # Convert an AOF message to BUFR dbamsg convert file.aof > file.bufr # Convert a BUFR message to CREX dbamsg convert file.bufr -d crex > file.crex # Convert BUFR messages to CREX, but skip all those not in january 2010 dbamsg convert year=2010 month=1 file.bufr -d crex > file.crex # Dump the content of a message, as they are in the message dbamsg dump file.bufr # Dump the content of a message, interpreted as physical quantities dbamsg dump --interpreted file.bufr TEMPLATE NAMES
This is a list of possible template names for the --template switch: acars ACARS (autodetect) acars-ecmwf ACARS ECMWF (4.145) acars-wmo ACARS WMO airep AIREP (autodetect) airep-ecmwf AIREP ECMWF (4.142) amdar AMDAR (autodetect) amdar-ecmwf AMDAR ECMWF (4.144) amdar-wmo AMDAR WMO buoy Buoy (1.21) generic Generic (255.0) metar Metar (0.140) pilot Pilot (2.91) pollution Pollution (8.171) ship Synop ship (autodetect) ship-abbr Synop ship (abbreviated) (1.9) ship-auto Synop ship (auto) (1.13) ship-plain Synop ship (normal) (1.11) ship-reduced Synop ship (reduced) (1.19) synop Synop (autodetect) synop-ecmwf Synop ECMWF (autodetect) (0.1) synop-ecmwf-auto Synop ECMWF land auto (0.3) synop-ecmwf-land Synop ECMWF land (0.1) synop-ecmwf-land-high Synop ECMWF land high level station (0.1) synop-wmo Synop WMO (0.1) temp Temp (autodetect) temp-ecmwf Temp ECMWF (autodetect) temp-ecmwf-land Temp ECMWF land (2.101) temp-ecmwf-ship Temp ECMWF ship (2.102) temp-ship Temp ship (autodetect) temp-wmo Temp WMO (2.101) wmo WMO style templates (autodetect) --template=list will also print the list. AUTHOR
dbamsg has been written by Enrico Zini <enrico@enricozini.com> for ARPA Emilia Romagna, Servizio Idrometeorologico. may 16, 2012 DBAMSG(1)

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