GEMPAK is an analysis, display, and product generation package for meteorological data. It is used at National Centers for producing operational forecast and analysis products. GEMPAK consists of a large compilation of individual programs which provide data access, computation and display capabilities.
GEMPAK can be built from source for a number of operating systems and with different sets of C and Fortran compilers. Open Motif and a host of X libraries are required in order to build from source. See the
GEMPAK Installation page for the source code build walk-through and library requirements.
|gempak-7.3.1.tar.gz||219.47MB||Nov 28, 2016||the latest source code tarball|
Binary RPMs are provided for three common systems (x86_64 linux64, i386 linux, Solaris 5.10 x86). RPMs have package requirements similar to the libraries needed by a source code build (such as libXp, libXt, libXext, etc.).
|gempak-7.3.1-1.x86_64.rpm||375.84MB||Nov 29, 2016||64 bit Linux (x86_64) build with gcc-gfortran.0.4.4.4|
|gempak-python-7.3.1-1.x86_64.rpm||363.94MB||Nov 28, 2016||64 bit Linux (x86_64) built against Python 2.7 (for AWIPS data access)|
|gempak-osx-7.3.1.tar.gz||590.79MB||Nov 29, 2016||Mac OSX (x86_64) built against Python 2.7 (for AWIPS data access)|
|gempak-7.1.0-1.i386.rpm||372.24MB||Jun 6, 2014||32 bit Linux (i386) build with gcc-gfortran.0.4.1.2|
|gempak-7.1.1.sol.tar.gz||442.3MB||Oct 7, 2014||SunOS x86 binary tarball built with Sun Fortran 95 8.6 and Sun C 5.12|
|gempak-extlibs.tar.gz||34.71MB||May 10, 2016||External library source tarball to be built in $NAWIPS/extlibs|
|gempak-tables.tar.gz||36.89MB||Nov 28, 2016||All of $GEMPAK/tables/ for users who wish to only grab the latest tables|
|gempak-ascii.tar.gz||52.08MB||May 10, 2016||ASCII (SSF) files previously in $GEMPAK/maps/ascii/|
|gl-latlong-1km-landcover.gz||35.64MB||Apr 7, 2008||1km land cover for land/sea masking|
Download and Installation Guide
Instructions for source and binary installation.
Configuring Data and Decoders
Instructions for configuration and maintenance of real-time data ingestion and decoding.
The online tutorial provides an overview for using GEMPAK.