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Matlab version errors on ROMSTOOLS

#1 Post by feroda » Sat Jan 03, 2009 2:11 am

Recently, I am using ROMSTOOLS to setup my own application.
I met a problem about the matlab virsion. The error informations are as follow:

tiger@tiger-laptop:~/work/ROMS/input/ROMS_TOOL/Roms_tools/Run$ matlab -nojvm

< M A T L A B >
Copyright 1984-2007 The MathWorks, Inc.
Version 7.4.0.336 (R2007a)
January 29, 2007


To get started, type one of these: helpwin, helpdesk, or demo.
For product information, visit http://www.mathworks.com.

>> start Add the paths of the different toolboxes
Arch : unknown - Matlab version : 2007a
Arch : unknown you should provide the paths of your own loaddap and mexcdf directories
>>

Does it mean that the Matlab version 2007a can NOT be used as the platform of ROMSTOOLS?

I think the tools should go well in Matlab R2007a.
What shell be done to fix this issue? Would someone please give me some kind advice?

Thank you very much!

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Re: Matlab version errors on ROMSTOOLS

#2 Post by susonic » Sun Jan 04, 2009 5:03 am

Hi, there.
The tools which you are trying to use is from a different version of ROMS.
It's ROMS_Agrif from brest(France).
You'd better ask those questions
on http://roms.mpl.ird.fr/ which you downloaded the tools.

Good luck!

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Re: Matlab version errors on ROMSTOOLS

#3 Post by leonhardherrmann » Sun Jan 04, 2009 11:50 am

Hi
the matlab version is not the problem
all you need to do there (i think) is to add the paths to the libraries
cd to the Run directory of roms
type >>open start

i have (somewhere near the end):
% ' you should provide the paths of your own loaddap and mexcdf directories'])
%end
rmpath /home/leo/softs/matlab/toolbox/symbolic
addpath /home/leo/softs/loaddap-3.6.1/
addpath /home/leo/ROMS_AGRIF/Roms_tools/mexnc

3rd line: rmpath... there was a problem with overlapping commands
then just "addpath" to the loaddap directory and the mexnc directory as above
I also commented out a lot of stuff between:
% Get the path to the mexcdf (it depends on the architecture)
% Comment all these lines if you don't want to pass in these tests
and the addpath bits shown above.

hope this makes sense,
good luck!
Leo

feroda

Re: Matlab version errors on ROMSTOOLS

#4 Post by feroda » Mon Jan 05, 2009 1:00 am

Thanks! Leo is exactly right, I did so and the ROMS TOOLS goes pretty well.
susonic wrote:Hi, there.
The tools which you are trying to use is from a different version of ROMS.
It's ROMS_Agrif from brest(France).
You'd better ask those questions
on http://roms.mpl.ird.fr/ which you downloaded the tools.

Good luck!
Is there any tools like ROMS_TOOLS for the ROMS version here?

Thanks!

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Re: Matlab version errors on ROMSTOOLS

#5 Post by susonic » Mon Jan 05, 2009 2:50 am

viewtopic.php?t=916
viewtopic.php?t=1059
These two forums are helpful for you.

Regards,

feroda

Re: Matlab version errors on ROMSTOOLS

#6 Post by feroda » Mon Jan 05, 2009 4:27 am

Thanks very much!
susonic wrote:viewtopic.php?t=916
viewtopic.php?t=1059
These two forums are helpful for you.

Regards,
The tools you mentioned above are post-process tools for the visualization of ROMS output.

Actually, what I want to konw is the pre-process tools that for preparing the input Netcdf files.

Do you have any kind advice?

Thanks!

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Re: Matlab version errors on ROMSTOOLS

#7 Post by susonic » Mon Jan 05, 2009 8:09 am

The first one is visualization tools and the second one is for both visualization and preprocessing
tools http://eros.eas.gatech.edu/RNT/ here is the direct address.

Best,

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