Let’s start downloading the OphidiaVM (This version is for v1.2; VM for Ophidia v1.4 will be available soon).
Import it inside the Virtual Box environment and start it.
Use the following credentials to login:
username: ophidia password: ophidia
As ophidia user start the Ophidia Server using the command
Now you are ready to run the Ophidia terminal.
oph_term -u <user> -p <password> -H <Ophidia_Server_IP> -P <Ophidia_server_port> The default parameters are:
user = see the README file located under the Desktop folder of the Ophidia virtual machine password = see the README file located under the Desktop folder of the Ophidia virtual machine Ophidia_Server_IP = 127.0.0.1 Ophidia_server_port = 11732
Let’s have a look at the data cubes in your environment:
to list the data cubes and containers in your session.
Now, you can submit your first operation of data transformation; let’s reduce the whole data cube in a single value for grid point using the average along the time:
By default the Ophidia terminal will use the last output data cube PID.
So, let’s use
to visualize the first 100 values.
For a more comprehensive test session, see Examples section.