I agree with Billy, but don't be discouraged from asking questions. Often it's tricky to find the right words to use to search the documentation and archives. Often in such a case, as my first response to a question, I'll just point you back to some documentation to start with.
Another general suggestion, when looking at an example like the FAQ, is to do work through it doing exactly what it does, but with your data, to learn the ideas. So in this case, work through it doing monthly anomalies just to learn how the commands work, then change your scripts to do what you really want.
Note that the climatology time axes are pre-defined on startup in current versions of Ferret, and these include a seasonal climatology axis.
> ferretFinally, for the question about plotting several time series together, just specify all the lines on your plot command (and look for "legend" in the Users List archive to customize the labels that are made).
yes? plot precip[x=@ave,y=@ave,d=1], precip[x=@ave,y=@ave,d=2], precip[x=@ave,y=@ave,d=3], precip[x=@ave,y=@ave,d=4]
On 9/10/2015 11:11 PM, George Otieno wrote: