ferret-vis 7.4.4-1build1 source package in Ubuntu

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ferret-vis (7.4.4-1build1) disco; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for readline soname change.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Mon, 14 Jan 2019 19:59:05 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Matthias Klose on 2019-01-14
Uploaded to:
Disco
Original maintainer:
Alastair McKinstry
Architectures:
any all
Section:
utils
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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ferret-datasets: Datasets for use with Ferret Visualisation and analysis suite

 These datasets contain reference climatologies and grids for use with ferret.
 They include:
  * etopo120 relief of the earth's surface at 120-minute resolution
  * etopo60 relief of the earth's surface at 60-minute resolution
  * levitus_climatology subset of the Climatological Atlas of the World Oceans
                        by Sydney Levitus (Note: the updated World Ocean Atlas,
                        1994, is also available with Ferret)
  * coads_climatology 12-month climatology derived from 1946–1989 of the
                        Comprehensive Ocean/Atmosphere Data Set
  * monthly_navy_winds monthly-averaged Naval Fleet Numerical Oceanography
                        Center global marine winds (1982–1990)
  * esku_heat_budget Esbensen-Kushnir 4×5 degree monthly climatology of the
                        global ocean heat budget (25 variables)

ferret-vis: Interactive data visualization and analysis environment

 Ferret is an interactive computer visualization and analysis environment
 designed to meet the needs of oceanographers and meteorologists analyzing
 large and complex gridded data sets. It can transparently access extensive
 remote Internet data bases using OPeNDAP (formerly known as DODS)
 .
 Ferret has a Mathematica-like flexibility, geophysical formatting,
 "intelligent" connection to its data base, memory management for very large
 calculations, and symmetrical processing in 4 dimensions. It can work on both
 gridded and non-gridded datasets.

ferret-vis-dbgsym: debug symbols for ferret-vis