ristosds creates a single HDF file consisting of a
three-dimensional Scientific Data Set (SDS) from a set of HDF files
containing one or more raster images. All images in the input HDF
files must have the same dimensions. If a palette is to be included
with the images, it should be in the first HDF input file. Only one
palette can be associated with the images; any additional palette data
encountered by the utility after the first palette has been processed
will be ignored.
Write the output to outfile.
The contents of a directory consists of 20 files named "storm001.hdf",
"storm002.hdf". ... "storm020.hdf". Each file contains a single RIS8
with a 100 x 200 raster image. A file that combines these 20 raster
images into a 32-bit floating-point SDS with the dimensions 100 x 200
x 20 can be created with the following ristosds command: