___   __  __     _                    
 / _ \ / _|/ _|___| |__   ___  _ __ ___ 
| | | | |_| |_/ __| '_ \ / _ \| '__/ _ \
| |_| |  _|  _\__ \ | | | (_) | | |  __/
 \___/|_| |_| |___/_| |_|\___/|_|  \___|

          _____      _             _       _     
         |_   _|   _| |_ ___  _ __(_) __ _| |___ 
           | || | | | __/ _ \| '__| |/ _` | / __|
           | || |_| | || (_) | |  | | (_| | \__ \
           |_| \__,_|\__\___/|_|  |_|\__,_|_|___/


There are two short tutorials on how to use the LuckGrib Offshore Data product.

Both platforms, iOS and macOS, offer access to the same suite of models, the same parameters, they each have control over setting the region for the download, the resolution for the download. They each provide an estimate of the file size that will be downloaded.

While the product is largely the same on both platforms, the interface to access the functionality is slightly different for each:

While these two tutorials discuss the steps required to download data, there is a more general discussion, which applies to both iOS and macOS:



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