<time-t-id-GSC-SaSe10thdeg type="t" modulo="true" units="month"><v label="Winter">15-Jan</v>
<v label="Spring">15-May</v><v label="Summer">15-Aug</v><v label="Fall">15-Nov</v></time-t-id-GSC-SaSe10thdeg>
Or something along those lines. The label is what the user sees. The value in the element is what gets sent to LAS. You may need to experiment to find what to put in the value that matches how your data is organized at the source.RolandOn Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 9:49 AM, Ajay Krishnan - NOAA Affiliate <ajay.krishnan@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
My axis definition for time looks like this:I am trying to serve out a seasonal climatological data using LAS. The dataset configuration file currently points to an ncml which contains the 4 files corresponding to 4 seasons.Hi Folks,
<time-t-id-GSC-SaSe10thdeg type="t" modulo="true" units="month">
<arange start="0000-01-01" size="4" step="3" />
</time-t-id-GSC-SaSe10thdeg>So, the LAS UI, now displays all the months in the Climatology drop-down menu (the plot changes every 3 months)Is there any method where in I can list the season names (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall) in the Climatology drop down, instead of the months?
I'm running LAS 7.3, Ferret 6.72