Dear Marina Chifflet,
usually there's both a variable AND a dimension. If you
want to use
nco to do the rename, try renaming both the variable and the
dimension, and see if that works properly.
The reason ferret renames dimensions is because you're
subset or region. I would have expected ferret to behave if
define new axes yourself, then save a variable defined on
Does that not work?
define axis /x=-10,20,1 /units="degrees_east" lon
define axis /y=20,40,1 /units="degrees_north" lat
let sst = sea_surface_temperature[gx=lon,gy=lat]
save /file=sst.nc sst
If that doesn't work, could you send an example with a file
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