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a dataset changes (for example, whenever new data is added to a near-real-time dataset).
The system can send you an email or contact a URL that you specify.
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with ERDDAP's RSS subscription service.
- ERDDAP will store the information that you provide, including your email address.
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- These subscriptions have nothing to do with getting the actual data (see
ERDDAP's home page).
- ERDDAP is very good at detecting changes to gridded datasets because it can detect when
the axis values (e.g., the time values) change.
- ERDDAP is not very good at detecting changes to tabular datasets because there are usually
no changes to the metadata when new data is added.
- ERDDAP will detect if a dataset becomes unavailable (but perhaps not immediately).
ERDDAP will immediately detect when that dataset becomes available again.
- ERDDAP makes no promises about the suitability, reliability, or correctness of this service
(see ERDDAP's DISCLAIMERS).
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and the ERDDAP administrator will be able to figure out that you did it.
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