Universal Environmental Data File
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What is a UED file?
A UED file is a Universal Environmental Data file used by the ClimGen and CropSyst programs. It contains a historical weather data set. UED files can be created using a non-UED data set, a corresponding .TDF file, and the UED import wizard.
ClimGen and CropSyst are programs that the Washington State University Biological Systems Engineering Department uses to analyze and extrapolate climate and environmental conditions. These programs use existing historical weather data sets saved in UED files.
UED files are binary files, which allow them to contain a large amount of data in relatively small files. However, this also means the historical weather data that UED files contain is not human-readable.
How to open a UED file
You can import UED data sets into ClimGen (Windows) and CropSyst (Windows). You can also view and edit the data set a UED contains using the UED Weather editor, which is included with the ClimGen and CropSyst programs.