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AWIPS Tips: Using CAVE Displays and Procedures

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! Today’s tip is all about productivity and saving time. Do you have a series of products you always use, or combinations of resources you always select from the Volume Browser or Product Browser? Do you always change the appearance of certain products? Have you ever wanted to share a group of configured resources with a colleague or friend? If yes, look no further than Displays and Procedures in CAVE. Displays and Procedures allow you to save resources that you can reload into CAVE or share with others.

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AWIPS Tips: Explore the CAVE Volume Browser: Cross Section and Time Series

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! Previously, we showed you how to open and use the Volume Browser to create plan view displays. This week we’re exploring two additional display types you can create in the Volume Browser: vertical cross sections and time series. These display types use the Points and Baselines tools, which we introduced in the last AWIPS Tips blog.

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AWIPS Tips: Using CAVE's Points and Baselines Tools

AWIPS Tips

Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! This week’s tip is all about working with the Points and Baselines tools. These tools are interactive reference graphics in a map editor that we use for creating any non-plan view display type in the Volume Browser. Watch the video below for a demonstration and a few tips for working with these two tools.

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AWIPS Tips: Get to Know EDEX

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! Today we’re going to go over a brief overview of the backend component of AWIPS: EDEX. EDEX is the Environmental Data Exchange system that comprises the server side of AWIPS; it handles functions such as requesting raw data, decoding and ingesting data, storing processed data, and dealing with data requests from CAVE and python-awips connections.

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AWIPS TIPS: Explore the CAVE Volume Browser

AWIPS Tips

Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! Today’s focus is on CAVE’S Volume Browser. The Volume Browser is a tool for accessing model output and point sources like RAOB, METAR, and Profiler datasets. Rather than choosing from the preconfigured options in the default Data Menus, the Volume Browser allows you to select the exact sources, fields, planes, or points to display. The Volume Browser also has options for vertical cross sections, time series, and other display types, but today we will focus specifically on the default display type: plan views.

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