MITprof is a Matlab / Octave toolbox designed to manipulate and analyze ocean profile data collections.
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- profiles_prep_main.m use MITprof_global, dataset.readfunction, and dataset.buffer_size
- profiles_prep_write_nc.m now gets buffer_size from dataset.buffer_size
- profiles_prep_select.m treat z_top, z_bot in case when z_std is a single value,
  add dataset.buffer_size (10000 by default), add dataset.readfunction specifications
  (profiles_read_argo.m by default), rename 'odvnc' case as 'GLODAPv2',
  add 'SOCATv5' case, removes untested "seal data in ARGO format" case,
  and update help section and display of dataset contents
- profiles_prep_convert.m now only considers TPOTfromTINSITU if inclT is true
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README.md

MITprof

This repository contains the MITprof Matlab / Octave toolbox and its documentation. For user support, if needed, contact mitgcm-support@mit.edu or ecco-support@mit.edu. Citation for this repository:

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MITprof is a Matlab / Octave toolbox that was originally designed to:

  1. Manipulate and analyze MITprof ocean profile data collections in combination with the gcmfaces toolbox and ECCO ocean state estimates (Forget et al., 2015).
  2. Format ocean profile data as MITprof collections that can be read by the MIT general circulation model and its ocean state estimation packages (Forget et al., 2015).

Download directions in the gcmfaces toolbox documentation provide users with a set up to demo MITprof capabilities using MITprof_demo.m and gcmfaces' example_MITprof.m.

Forget, G., Campin, J.-M., Heimbach, P., Hill, C. N., Ponte, R. M., and Wunsch, C.: ECCO version 4: an integrated framework for non-linear inverse modeling and global ocean state estimation, Geosci. Model Dev., 8, 3071-3104, doi:10.5194/gmd-8-3071-2015, 2015, URL http://www.geosci-model-dev.net/8/3071/2015/