>>> for day in days:
where an example of filename(day) is: [link] ://oceandata.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/opendap/SeaWiFS/L3SMI/2000/001/S2000001.L3m_DAY_RRS_Rrs_412_9km.nc
for, say, a full year. I'll get "Too many requests" errors and then won't be able to access certain files. Is this approach not kosher? I.e., should I be downloading data and not trying to use the cloud for this? I don't recall this happening when I was doing things like this years ago, but maybe something changed and this is no longer a good way to deal with OceanColor data.
The specific error I am given is:
syntax error, unexpected WORD_WORD, expecting SCAN_ATTR or SCAN_DATASET or SCAN_ERROR
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