Multidimensional raster type
Multidimensional data formats are often used in the scientific community to store meteorological and oceanographic data such as temperature, humidity, wind speed, and direction.
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Data is normally stored as variables, where each variable is a multidimensional array that represents data captured at multiple times, and at multiple heights or pressures
- NetCDF: support Climate and Forecast(CF) and Cooperative Ocean/Atmosphere Research Data Service (COARDS) conventions.