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Re: Problem using LAS with long-term mean file...


Thanks for reminding me of that old email message!  The solution I had
given in the Mail Archives is a little different now.  In LAS v5 the
data is initialized in by jnls/std_initialize.jnl.  I have various other
initialization scripts that do things like add modulo flags to the T or
X axes, etc. in the following directory:


The one you need to use as the <init_script> for your climatological
data is init_modulo_t.jnl

-- Jon

Roland Schweitzer wrote:
> Joe,
> Thanks for the debugging tricks.  Very handy.
> Joe Sirott wrote:
> > This error pretty much means what it says -- you specified a region for
> > a dataset that is outside of the region defined by the metadata in the
> > dataset file (or DODS URL). This could happen if your XML metadata is
> > out of synch in some way with the metadata in the dataset file.
> Ok, so this problem is a manifestation of an old problem.  Namely a climatology
> a time axis based in year 0001 rather than year 0000.  Hacking Ferret.pl to
> change the string being appended from '0000' to '0001' in fixArg fixes the
> problem for a simple plot, but not the comparison.  Jon details a fix for LAS V
> 4.0 in this message:
> http://ferret.wrc.noaa.gov/Ferret/LAS/Mail_Archives/fu_2000/msg00018.html
> I have what I believe the latest LAS release installed (V5.0) and Ferret Version
> 5.22 - 07/27/00.  Is the fix he outlines in the message above the approach I
> should take to fix my problem?
> Roland

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