[gradsusr] Grads on Macs vs. Linux Machines

Rick Danielson onto.limbo at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 00:16:47 EST 2015

Hi Marjahn,

      It's more likely that the two machines have different endianness 
(the bits of each
byte are ordered oppositely; see 
or perhaps byte size (one machine is 32-bit and the other 64-bit). Such 
differences helped
motivate the creation of formats like netCDF.  (One can share netCDF 
data via "sdfwrite".)


On 01/05/2015 10:09 PM, Marjahn Finlayson wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm having trouble with a dataset that was created on a Linux machine 
> and was downloaded on a Mac laptop. My colleague and I are using the 
> same data: she is using a Linux and I am on a Mac laptop. I've 
> attached the same graph of this dataset from both computers.
> Can anyone explain the issue here?
> Thanks.
> Marjahn
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