Guide to outputs
The WRF-GC outputs are provided by WRF in standard
Are you a WRF or WRF-Chem user? Most of your tools for processing WRF-Chem output may only need species names to be changed to the GEOS-Chem names, and you will be good to go!
Here are some useful tools for analyzing WRF-GC outputs:
Python: Standard tools for netCDF should work. There is also a wrf-python package for diagnostic and interpolation routines.
MATLAB: You may find m_map useful for plotting.
NCL: The NCAR Command Language (NCL) can read in NetCDF data and create plots based on many example scripts for WRF.
Can I output GEOS-Chem / HEMCO diagnostics?
Unfortunately, not exactly as GEOS-Chem does. Please refer to Additional diagnostics.
The outputs are too large / how can I compress them?
Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions’s “Outputs” section.