Hierarchical Data Format, aka Hierarchical Data Format, is an actively used binary data format created in 1992. Hierarchical Data Format (HDF) is a set of file formats (HDF4, HDF5) designed to store and organize large amounts of data. Originally developed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, it is supported by The HDF Group, a non-profit corporation whose mission is to ensure continued development of HDF5 technologies and the continued accessibility of data stored in HDF. In keeping with this goal, the HDF libraries and associated tools are available under a liberal, BSD-like license for general use. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Hierarchical Data Format first appeared in 1992
- file extensions for Hierarchical Data Format include hdf, h4, hdf4, he2, h5, hdf5 and he5
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Last updated October 14th, 2019