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Re: Map projection

Hi Hyun-Suk,

Ferret supports irregularly spaced axis points.  As long as the latitude
locations of the points in the input grid are correctly known (for
example in a self-describing netCDF file), then Ferret will handle them

If you would like to create graphics from this dta that are also on a
Lambert Conformal projection, the scripts that Ansley referred to will
make that straightforward. Once the input data are correctly described
all of the output graphics projections become available.

    - steve


"Kang, Hyun-Suk" wrote:

> Dear Ferret users, I would like to use Ferret for visulalizing MM5
> output.I use Lambert conformal map projection in MM5. Please let me
> know if you have any experience using Lambert conformal map
> projection(not equal lat/lon grids but equal distance
> grids). Thanks. Hyun-Suk===========================================================
> Kang, Hyun-Suk Atmospheric Sciences Program
> School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
> Seoul National Univerisity, Seoul 151-742, KOREA Email:
> hskang@nwp2.snu.ac.kr
> Phone: 82-2-880-6760
> Fax: 82-2-885-4448

Steve Hankin
NOAA/PMEL, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-0070
ph. (206) 526-6080 -- FAX (206) 526-6744

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