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 Out-Of-Date Datasets
The outOfDate index is a simplistic measure of how out-of-date a dataset is: 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=1: out-of-date, 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=2: very out-of-date. For out-of-date datasets, there is presumably a problem with the data source, so ERDDAP is unable to access data from more recent time points.
[0 matching datasets. Apparently, no datasets have the
Perhaps there are no near-real-time datasets in this ERDDAP.]
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