Re: Longitude, latitude maps

Hi all-

visad.jar does not support a native shapefile reader, so if
you use the shapefile, you will need to use something like
Unidata's ShapefileAdapter (part of the IDV package).

Also, for an example of maps in a display with lat/lon
axis labels, see the code at:

ftp://ftp.unidata.ucar.edu/pub/dmurray/MapTest.java

Don



Ugo Taddei wrote:
Hello Bill,

Bill Hibbard wrote:

On Wed, 18 May 2005, S Santos wrote:

I'm working on geographical graphs and I would like to create graphs
where a variable is shown as RGB for a rectangle defined by logitude
and latitude. Over that graph I would like to show the world map for
the region. I have seen some examples at Visad source using
visad.jmet.GRIBCoordinateSystem. The question is if is there any
file with all the world map so I can select a region and put it over
my graph using this class?


 ftp://ftp.ssec.wisc.edu/pub/visad/OUTLSUPW

is a low-detail world map in a file format that VisAD
can read. I'm sure there are better world maps in
Shape files.
Yes, there are! I picked this up from another mailng list:

http://thuban.intevation.org/download.html#samples

In special: http://ftp.intevation.de/freegis/worlddata/freegis_worlddata-0.2.tar.gz

(18MB!)

I think they're all shapefiles.

Good luck,
Bill

Cheers,

Ugo


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