A set of tools is provided with NEMO to setup user own configuration and (pre|post)process data.
How to compile a tool
The tool can be compiled using the maketools script in the tools directory as follows:
$ ./maketools -m '$ARCH' -n '<TOOL_NAME>'
$ARCH can be selected among available architecture files or providing a user defined one.
It contains the utility bdy_reorder used to reorder old BDY data files used with previous versions of the model (before 3.4) to make them compatible with NEMO 3.4.
Used to create a netcdf file called
resto.nc containing restoration coefficients for use with the tra_dmp module in NEMO (see DMP_TOOLS README).
This tool allows the creation of a domain configuration file (
domain_cfg.nc) containing the ocean domain information required to define an ocean configuration from scratch. (see DOMAINcfg README).
A toolbox allowing the creation of regional configurations from curvilinear grid (see reference guide ).
The tool allows to create alternative configurations to the community without having to rely on system team sponsorship and support.
This tool provides the user with information to choose the best domain decomposition. The tool computes the number of water processors for all possible decompositions (up to a maximum number of processors). Documentation: mpp_nc.pdf Tar file : mpp_prep-1.0.tar.gz
AGRIF nesting tool allows for the seamless two-way coupling of nested sub-models within the NEMO framework as long as these are defined on subsets of the original root grid. It allows to create the grid coordinates, the surface forcing and the initial conditions required by each sub-model when running a NEMO/AGRIF embedded mode (see NESTING README).
A series of Fortran utilities which are helpful in handling observation files and the feedback file output from the NEMO observation operator. Further info are available in the Nemo manual.
REBUILD_NEMO is a tool to rebuild NEMO output files from multiple processors (mesh_mask, restart or XIOS output files) into one file (see REBUILD_NEMO README).
Offline tool to generate a vertical coordinates input file for use with S coordinates. This has been carried out by copying the model code to an offline tool and then modifying it to suppress the use of 3D arrays (to reduce memory usage). The tool has been created in preparation for the removal of the vertical grid definition from the code. The output file should contain all variables that are necessary to restart the model.
When the Transport across sections diagnostic is activated (
key_diadct), this tool is used to build the binary file containing the pathways between the extremities of each section.
Further info are available in the Nemo manual.
SIREN is a configuration management tool to set up regional configurations with NEMO. (see SIREN README)