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ERDDAP > Out-Of-Date Datasets

The outOfDate index is a simplistic measure of how out-of-date a dataset is: <0: unexpectedly from the future(!), <1: up-to-date, >=1: out-of-date, >=2: very out-of-date. For out-of-date datasets, there is presumably a problem with the data source, so ERDDAP is unable to access data from more recent time points.

2 matching datasets. This web page was generated at 2021-09-22T20:58:32Z .

outOfDate testOutOfDate maxTime datasetID title
███ 0.891921 now-1day 2021-09-21T23:34:11Z MAMBO1 Med Sea, NRT in situ Observations
███ 0.8739927 now-1day 2021-09-22T00:00:00Z E2M3A Med Sea, NRT in situ Observations

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https://nodc.inogs.it/erddap/outOfDateDatasets.html?&outOfDate>=0.5 . Usually, the parameter values in the URL (the parts after '=' signs) must be properly percent encoded (external link): all characters other than A-Za-z0-9_-!.~'()* must be encoded as %HH, where HH is the 2 digit hexadecimal value of the character, for example, a space becomes %20. Characters above #127 must be converted to UTF-8 bytes, then each UTF-8 byte must be percent encoded (ask a programmer for help). There are websites that percent encode and decode for you (external link).

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