thank you very much for yours prompt answers but it wasn't exactly what I need. I've studied ferret documentation before I asked my question to the mailing-list but have not found answer.
My problem, in other words, is that I have satellite ice concentration on grid 1280x720 (x=1:1280:1/y=1:720:1) and modeled ice concentration on grid 5120x2880 (x=1:5120:1/y=1:2880:1) (see attached figures).
I want to draw satellite ice concentration on modeled ice. What I know is that every fourth fine resolution grid point is in the same place as coarse grid point. So for instance coarse resolution value of concentration of x=10/y=10 should be at fine resolution grid x=40/y=40, but there is no value for x=39/y=39 (interpolation is needed) and so on,
Thanks in advance,
From: owner-ferret_users@xxxxxxxx [owner-ferret_users@xxxxxxxx] on behalf of Ansley Manke [ansley.b.manke@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 9:19 AM
Subject: Re: [ferret_users] regriddidng
This is a one-line command in Ferret. You have several options for the regridding transformation; by default it's a linear interpolation.
Perhaps the best thing to point you to is the regridding demo. From the Ferret command line,
yes? go regridding_demo
The command window has description and comments along with the Ferret commands; and you'll get plots showing what is going on.
If you're a new user, welcome! I'd suggest exploring this page,
On 11/10/2015 2:56 AM, Osinski, Robert FORNATL, PL wrote: