Fortran is a high-level programming language that has been around since the 1950’s and was initially developed by John Backus and crew at IBM. It stands for FORmula TRANSlation and was commonly used to solve complex mathematical problems or work on various numerical computing tasks. Today, Fortran is still used across multiple industries from science and engineering to financial services. A Fortran Developer is an expert in the language who can use it to create, integrate, and optimize software for specific needs.
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Data is a set of NetCDF files containing runs for a climate simulation. The compilers of the database provide a FORTRAN to extract data that would be suitable for our purpose, but setting up NetCDF on FORTRAN is going to take more time than we are happy with (this is NOT an area of expertise for us). What is needed is to use the data files, either through the FORTRAN subroutine or otherwise, to extract data for a few locations across the times in the model. Desired output is one or more Excel or CSV files with the variables in the model (temperature, pressure, wind data, atmosphere data) for each time. One file per model and location would be suitable. At present there would be 4 locations and 3 or 4 model databases. The databases themselves are online and we have permission to use them (...