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Re: [ferret_users] contour profile with a non-fixed lat/lon

Hi Carlos,
Yes, there's a method for this, using the SAMPLEXY function.  You can define a set of x and y locations, and if it's a diagonal, then it's even easier, using the script vertical_section.jnl.  For an example of that,

yes? go/help vertical_section

And the documentation of SAMPLEXY has a bit more.  I hope this will get you started.


On 12/11/2012 5:24 AM, CARLOS ROMÁN CASCÓN wrote:

I have a domain x,y,z. I usually contour or fill a profile for the whole z, a fixed i and a range of j:    /j=1:60/i=60/       but..

how can I contour for the whole z but from i,j (1,1) to i,j (60,60), i.e. i don't want a profile with the x axis of the graphic with latitudes or longitudes, I do want it but for a diagonal in the domain. Maybe the attached picture (domain.png) explains it in a better way. I want a figure like "example.png" but with the x axis with a non-fixed longitude, i.e. the xlat and xlong must change and plot points ij=(1,1),(2,2),(3,3),...,(60,60).

Thank you very much in advance and sorry if my explanation is not very good



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