Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2001 14:35:26 -0700 (PDT)
From: Robert A.
Apparently hdfscan is not yet publicly available... there is another simpler
way, not widely known. The UNIX command "strings" can be used directly
on the HDF files to dump out the annotation text along with other unwanted stuff.
pipe it to "grep MISR" or similar to list the desired filenames. (Believe
it or not this feature was intentional). For example (on a subsetted dataset,
though a full swath would also work, just take longer):
df |grep MISR
UNIQUE FILE NAME: MISR_AM1_GRP_ELLIPSOID_GM_P040_O008161_AA_F01_0008.hdf
LID = 190; Local Granule ID = MISR_AM1_CGM_F01_06.ascii
LID = 1304; Local Granule ID = MISR_AM1_AGP_P040_F01_24.hdf
LID = 1500; Local Granule ID = MISR_AM1_ARP_PRFLTCHAR_F02_0002.hdf
LID = 1501; Local Granule ID = MISR_AM1_ARP_PRFLTCAL_F02_0004.hdf
LID = 1502; Local Granule ID = MISR_AM1_ARP_INFLTCAL_T008_F02_0001.hdf
LID = 1503; Local Granule ID = MISR_AM1_ARP_CONFIG_F02_0002.hdf
LID = 252; Local Granule ID = MISR_AM1_GRP_CONFIG_AA_F01_01.ascii
LID = 1101; Local Granule ID = MISR_AM1_PGE1_PCS_CONFIG_AA_F01_01.ascii
VALUE = "MISR_EXEC_VERSION: V2.1.3_p3_PGE1_7
VALUE = "SP_AM_MISR_StartBlock"
VALUE = "SP_AM_MISR_EndBlock"
VALUE = "MISR"
PARENT_FILE = MISR_AM1_GRP_ELLIPSOID_GM_P040_O008161_AA_F01_0008.hdf