cdump merge

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559806
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cdump merge

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Hi everyone. How can I merge several concentration output files into one? I have seen a post earlier on the same topic where conappend was recommended. I am quite unfamiliar with batch file scripting and working with command line. It will be a great favor if windows batch file of conappend is provided or if possible a solved example. Please tell if there is some other better option. I have tried doing it but getting error, attaching here the failed attempt. Thanks in advance.
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Re: cdump merge

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It should work if you just remove all the square brackets.
Also it is better if you run the command in your working directory.
Go to working directory and run

C:\hysplit\exec\conappend -iINFILE -osdump -c1
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Re: cdump merge

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Thank you so much. It worked
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Re: cdump merge

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Also another question related to this, which executable to use when we have to sum up cdump outputs day 1 to 30(30 outputs) of a month into one plot showing concentration of pollutant for an entire month?
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Re: cdump merge

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It sounds like conavgpd is what you are looking for

https://www.ready.noaa.gov/hysplitusers ... m#conavgpd
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Re: cdump merge

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Thank you so much sir. This is what I was looking for
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