Last modified: Mon, 04/03/2017 - 12:50
Documentation for LAS site maintainers with instructions on installing and configuring LAS, adding datasets and customizing the look and feel.
How to download and install LAS.
- LAS Administration
Topics and tools related to how to keep your LAS running smoothly.
- Adding Gridded Data
How to add gridded data from a NetCDF file or OPeDAP URL.
- Adding Scattered Data
How to add scattered data that is stored in a database or accessed via an OPeNDAP server.
- Advanced Dataset Configuration
How to associate customized products and user interface 'behavior' with a particular dataset.
- Adding Curvilinear Data
How to add data on a curvilinear grid from a NetCDF file or OPeDAP URL, and configure LAS to regrid this data to rectilinear grids.
- Adding Ensemble Data
Information about creating ensemble aggregations and adding them to LAS to take advantage of capabilities for direct comparison of ensemble members and computations like ensemble averages.
- Adding data with Hybrid-Z coordinates
How to add data having hybrid-Z coordinates from a NetCDF file or OPeDAP URL, and configuring LAS to regrid this data to a fixed Z axis.
- Advanced Site Configuration
How to configure authentication, configure custom map regions and configure an alternative map server.
- Extending LAS
How to add new functionality to your LAS.
- Errors and Debugging
How to track down problems and identify bugs in LAS.
- Example configuration files and templates
A set of sample configuration files and Velocity templates that provide a simple starting point from which to develop new operations and products for LAS V7.
- Testing LAS on the command line
This page describes how to run the command-line test suite supplied with LAS.