Hi Wenhao! I have tried compiling and making using gcc on Cygwin64 on Windows, and using gnu_make on Linux Ubuntu 16.04... Both have failed terribly and have spent days trying to get the software to actually compile and make, it has been quite exhausting really. I have the error logs from Ubuntu attached here:https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NQIeA ... w4OyDrJ14a
ErrorLog1 was the first time trying to run gnu_make on it, and ErrorLog2 was the second time running it after the first failed attempt. "Directory" basically shows the printed working directory of where I was.
Alternatively, could I request for anyone's
help to transform KBR data for 2010-07-27 into ASCII format using the binary-to-ASCII converter that is used for GRACE? It is a one-off request and I wouldn't want to trouble anyone here otherwise, had it been so urgent for me to retrieve this data. If someone would be so kind to, I have attached the KBR files here.https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ukaji ... lbntaH_e8Nhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1m_LTL ... RUr2ZR8_Fn
I am also wondering, how do you interpret the data in the ASCII-format KBR files? The Level 1B Manual does not explain this very clearly (no indication of what the headers of columns mean etc). I have seen one sample one that comes with the release of GRACE Level 1B data but it is for a different date. How do you interpret the rows and columns of numbers to extract the true range measurements? A snapshot of the default 5-min length ASCII file for KBR (2003-09-14) is shown in the link below. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mEFXl ... tvuI9Kn2pj
Thank you very much