Download Python, Matlab, or IDL APIs to remotely access Madrigal
Madrigal is now easy to access from any platform remotely using
Since these API's have been tested on both Windows and Unix, they are available
both as tar files and zip files.
To use any of these API's, there is usually no need to read any documentation. Just create the command to run using the web page at http://cedar.openmadrigal.org/chooseScript/ .
New! - The python, Matlab, and IDL API's now all have a globalDownload method, which allows you to download any group of Madrigal files with one simple command. Also, they can now download Hdf5, netCDF4, and Ascii files from Madrigal 3 site such as http://cedar.openmadrigal.org.
- Download madrigalWeb python Madrigal API - This 3.1.11 release works with both python 2 and python 3. It also can access the new output data format available from Madrigal 3 sites, netCDF4.
- Download remote Matlab Madrigal API - This 2.4.6 release works fully with both Madrigal 3.0 and Madrigal 2.6.
This release requires wget to download files or run isprint.
- Download remote IDL Madrigal API - This 1.3.3 release works fully with both Madrigal 3.0 and Madrigal 2.6.
This release requires wget be installed. Thanks to Qian Wu for finding a bug in the kindat filter in madglobaldownload.
Try Madrigal 3 at http://cedar.openmadrigal.org
Download Madrigal 3.0.11 - Released Mar. 1, 2019
Madrigal 3.0.11 is now released. Madrigal 3 is based on Hdf5, and no longer uses the non-standard CEDAR file format. It also has an all-new Django/bootstrap based web interface. For a full list of new features,
see the Madrigal What's New page. Please contact
Bill Rideout with any questions or problems. Now requires autotools (automake,
autoconf, aclocal, autoheader, libtoolize) be installed.
Complete instructions for
installing Madrigal for the first
time, or for
upgrading to the latest release, are available in the
Complete Madrigal Distribution