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Re: Can I read in Mathematica3 (Windows) HDF files

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  • Subject: [mg9155] Re: Can I read in Mathematica3 (Windows) HDF files
  • From: Paul Abbott <paul at>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 03:37:56 -0400
  • Organization: University of Western Australia
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Alexei Chirokikh wrote:

> I am trying to find solution how can I read HDF files into 
> Mathematica?

A search at MathSource

for hdf found 1 document(s): 

MathHDF Version 1.3
        A Mathematica--HDF interface, which uses MathLink. HDF is
        the Hierarchical Data Format promulgated by the National
        Center for Supercomputing Applications in Urbana, Illinois,
        USA. It is a portable and binary file format that can contain
        many different data types. MathHDF V1.3 currently supports
        only the SDS (Scientific Data Set) data type. There are also
        four sample HDF SDS files included to test the program once it
        is installed. 

        Note: Macintosh users should request the MathHDF.sea.hqx
        subitem (0203-555-0123) which contains all previously
        mentioned subitems plus executables and object files for
        Macintosh platforms. 

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