On 16/09/2009, Ansley Manke <Ansley.B.Manke@xxxxxxxx
> Hi Izidine,
> Welcome to Ferret!
> We need a bit more detail about what you want. Do you want to define a
> set of bins over the range of the precipitation values in the data, and
> count the number of values in each bin, then divide to get the relative
> density of values in each bin? Do you want your end result to still
> depend on x and y, but be sorted by time into the bins? Or would you
> just put all the data into one big set and operate on them all
> regardless of their location in x,y?
> How is the data organized in time? There are 31 values - are these
> days, or months, or what?
> I'm sure we can help, please write back.
> Izidine Pinto wrote:
>> Dear ferrets
>> I am new user of ferret and I want to make a PDF
>> of monthly rainfall
>> My variable description is:
>> name title I J K L
>> PRE PRECIP[GX=XRGRD,GY=YRGRD] 1:71 1:62
>> 1:1 1:31
>> I have searched at mail archive but couldn't find answers
>> I have no idea how to do. Any suggestion or material to read that cold
>> help me?
>> Izidine Pinto