use @asn to associate source grid to destination coordinates, everything
is OK but the figure is upside down,
body can tell me what happened? my scripts is as following:
contour/i=1/j=1/k=1:12 temp[l=1:4174@sbx:12, gz=znew@asn]
x=1 y=1 always appears on the figure frame, how can I get rid of
This is "regridding". You will define the daily time axis
that you want, and
use a regridding operation to put the hourly data onto
it. If you look in the
Users Guide index under "average, @ave
regridding" you will get the
suggestion as you learn to use Ferret is to read the first chapter
Users Guide, and then scan chapters 2-4 and 6 to get an idea of the
that are there. Happy Ferreting!
I have trouble to average the hourly data records into daily data record in cdf file.
I could not find the hint from the manual, anyone could help me out please?
From: Ansley Manke [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, April 07, 2004 2:44 PM
To: Zibiao Zhang
Cc: Ferret users
Subject: Re: how to handle a figure?
The topics to look up in the Users Guide are "hard copy" and "gif
image". We will
add some more index entries to make this information easier to find.
Zibiao Zhang wrote:
after plot a figure, how to export or save the figure as the any figure type file?