Daryl has a file of data described by curvlinear coordinates:
yes? show data
currently SET data sets: 1> ./03111012_output.nc (default) name title I J K L LAT latitude 1:60 1:45 ... ... LON longitude 1:60 1:45 ... ... BDECKT 1:60 1:45 ... 1:48So he can plot this with the curlvilinear forms of the plot commands.
See the several topics under "curvlinear coordinates" in the Ferret Users Guide.
yes? shade/L=1 bdeckt, lon, lat
Daryl Herzmann wrote:
Hi Ferreters, I am having a difficult time getting a netCDF file that I think implements section 5.2 of the CF Conventions to plot with Lat/Lon coordinates http://www.cgd.ucar.edu/cms/eaton/cf-metadata/CF-1.0.html#grid_ex2 I can generate a plot, but can't figure out how to get the AXISes to be Lat/Lon. Can anyone point me to an example that can explain how to do this in Ferret? Stupid me is probably doing something very newbie :( Thanks, Daryl /** * Daryl Herzmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) * Program Assistant -- Iowa Environmental Mesonet * http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu */