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  • From: Andreas Adelmann <andreas.adelmann AT>
  • To: Ruth Aydt <aydt AT>
  • Cc: John Shalf <JShalf AT>, h5part AT, John Biddiscombe <biddisco AT>
  • Subject: Re: [H5part] Re: Hello / Question
  • Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 05:51:39 +0200
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Ruth hello, please look at:
it's a very nice tool!

Hi Ruth,
its good to hear from you.  I don't have any datasets handy myself, but I think Andreas Adelmann or John Biddiscombe at PSI have some production data for you to look at.  (just some small sets).

John B., do you have some data browsing tools for the H5Part data?


On Apr 24, 2008, at 10:05 AM, Ruth Aydt wrote:
Hi John,

First - your picture on staff page at LBL looks just like you :-)     (See what CA does to a person!).

Next - I've been happily working with Mike & others at the HDF group since last July.   Good to be with small group - and especially with one that does such great work.  I've still got *Lots* to learn but that's part of the fun.

Now for the question part...  We're doing a tutorial on HDF5 at the LCI conference (held at NCSA) next Monday.   I'd like to use an H5Part file in some of the tool examples showing manipulation of hdf5 files,  but haven't had any luck finding any on the web.    Mostly interested in structure and a bit of data - not the full blown contents.    Was wondering if there are any samples readily available that you could point me to.

Thanks & hope all is well with you.

Ruth Aydt
The HDF Group
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