Thanks, I will do it.On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 12:28 AM, Ansley Manke <ansley.b.manke@xxxxxxxx> wrote:Hi,
For ascii data every point needs a value. Where there is missing data, you need to put in some value, which can be 0, or some other value. Make sure it is a value that the data itself will never take on; people often things like 999 or -9999,or -1.e34 (Ferret's default value). Then in your script before writing the data, you define that value to be the missing-value for the variable:
SET VARIABLE/BAD=999 varIt's a good idea to use the /UNITS="units string" and /TITLE=:title string" qualifiers on the SET VARIABLE command as well, giving your variable the appropriate units and a descriptive title. That way your file will be self-documenting.
Also notice that when you define your coordinate axes, /units=LONGITUDE and /units=LATITUDE do not comply with the CF data standard for longitude and latitude axes. Use:
On 12/23/2014 12:11 AM, Nitin Patil wrote:
Dear ferret users,
I am converting ascii to nc using ferret script.
It needs input as lat, lon with corresponding values in ascii/.txt.
But the issue is when there is no value on corresponding lat-lon it writes the lat value but I don't need value in that grid.
If I enter 0 instead of keeping blank in the input file (lat_lon_withzero.txt) it grids fine but I don't need zero to be gridded.Did anyone knows how to take no value while gridding or ignore zero so that I can get the nc with 1 over selected grids (lat_lon_without_zero.txt).
Please find the relevant files attached.