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> On Sep 10, 2015, at 9:33 PM, George Otieno <gotieno@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all I got some support in my data on timeseiers but still have request.I want to do 2 things with my data.
> • Make seasonal timeseries anomalies
> • plot the 4 datasets in one viewport over specific locations and time
> My data is 3D(time,lat,lon) , I am trying to follow example in this page uisng climatological axes but still get empty plots
> What I have plotted are seasonal in dfferent viewports but I want as explained above
> see the plots
> Best Regards
> George Otieno
> Intergrated Climate System Modelling Lab.
> Department of Environmental Atmospheric Sciences
> 608-737, Room 4302, Chungmu-Building
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> 45,Yongso-ro,Nam-gu, Busan, South Korea
> Tel. +82-51-629-6643
William S. Kessler
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