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Re: north-south

lw wrote:

> file/g=bg/form=str/var=tt/col=721*338/order=xyzvt test.dat
> For the 'test.dat', the first Y is on 90n, instead of 78.5s. Can I use
Ferret directly without changing the south-north direction in a Fortran
program beforehand?

I believe the /order parameter also takes negative values, so you may
want to try  /order=x-yzvt  and see if that works. I used something
like that myself, on a netcdf file with the y axis reversed, and that
seemed to do the trick for making 'normal' plots and computations.

Hein Zelle

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