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Re: [ferret_users] Re: array dims; plotting the last row of a netcdf array

Hi Patrick,
I think that what you've done is the best solution-


Patrick McGuire wrote:
Dear Ferret Users
  I figured out a solution:

  define SYMBOL top = `DIC,return=jend`
plot/vs/line/vlimits=-0.05:0.85/hlimits='$hlimits' xc,w[j=($top)]*DIC[j=($top)]

If you know of a better solution than this, let me know, but I think this will work for me.

Patrick McGuire

On Mon, 30 Nov 2009, Patrick McGuire wrote:

Dear Ferret Users
This is probably a very simple question to answer. I am trying to figure out how to plot a line plot of the last row of a netcdf 2D array.

if I knew beforehand the maximum row number (i.e. MAXJ) then I could do something like:

plot/vs/line/vlimits=-0.05:0.85/hlimits='$hlimits' xc,w[j=MAXJ]*DIC[j=MAXJ]

This size is unknown unless the user looks at the array manually.

Is there a way to get the size of the array? like sizeof() or dims() in other languages? Or is there a better way to do what I want to do?

Department of the Geophysical Sciences
University of Chicago

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