Data File Access

To access the NOAA NEUBrew products and data files you must be a registered user. Restriction is simply our intent to be able to assess who is using our data. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, registration is a one-time process.

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Enter NEUBrew Data Access Area

If you already are a registered user, you can proceed to the Data Access Area of the web site. If this is your first visit during this browser session, you will be asked for your user name and password. Once you are authenticated, you can use your browser to view data directories and download files in browser.

Automated (Scripted), or command line Access to NEUBrew Data

If you are looking to download numerous data files, this section provides a method to accomplish this from the command line using wget. NEUBrew data can be downloaded via HTTP using WGET for Linux (Docs) or WGET for Windows (Cygwin). Once you have acquired a NEUBrew username and password, those can be passed as parameters in your wget command line.

Example:
The following command would retrieve all the Level 212 UV Index files in 2015 for BR140 at Raleigh, NC (command line is wrapped for readability). The files will be placed in the current working directory on your local system, unless -P option is supplied


  $ wget --user=YourUserName --password=YourPasswd -nc -nd -c -o ./logFile.txt -A '2015*.212'
    http://uvo3web.cmdl.noaa.gov/neubrewdata/products/uv_index/Lev212/2015/raleigh_nc/BR140

Options:Descrption
-rRecursive sub-directory search.
-l nLook n = number directories deep.
-t xRe-try on failures x times.
-ncnoclobber (don't download a file more than once).
-cContinue to try to download a partically downloaded file.
-o fileNameWrite command line status and responses to specified fileName.
-ndNo Directory creation. Without this option, the full directory path to files will be recreated on your local system
-AAccept List. Example: pattern
'2015*.212' must be enclosed in quotes to prevent shell expansion
-P localPathprefix. The top-level-directory of where downloaded files will be placed. Default is '.'