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@DDC help

I have a model grid of i, j, k of 150, 70, 24.
I computed a new variable using the @DDC qualifier:
div = 

This plots just fine when I plot the result over the whole grid. But when 
I try to plot a portion of the grid, say i=1:75 and j=35:65 I get an error 
that says something about x axis dimension is not the same size as x 
dimension (or something to that effect).

When I try to subset the entire calculation it doesn't work either. 
Does anyone know how to subset the calculation so I can "zoom" into one 
area without looking at the entire data set?

Thanks for any insight you might have. Hopefully I didnt miss something in 
the users manual.

James Correia Jr.
Ph.D. Candidate in Agricultural Meteorology
President (Dictator) of the ISU Graduate Meteorology Club
Dept. of Agronomy, Iowa State University
Email: jimmyc@iastate.edu
Phone: 515-294-5587
Web: http://www.mesoscale.iastate.edu/jimmyc/
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