When creating a GINI format product, the projection and data area have
to be compatible with the GINI projection model- eg, when using an LCC
you have to specify a tangent cone and not a secant cone (eg angle1 ==
since GINI itself only supports that special case.
Also, the lat/lon boundaries have to be representable to the precision
that can be expressed in the GINI header. If you attempt to create a
boundary where the computed DX and DY of the pixel are not compatible,
your image projection will
be shifted. The example in the help for nex2gini provides an example of
a valid region:
GRDAREA = 23;-120;47.2634;-63.5664
PROJ = lcc/40;-100;40
KXKY = 4736;3000
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On Fri, 2007-09-28 at 09:34 -0600, john wrote:
I am running Gempak 5.10.3 on Fedora Core 6 at home. I installed from source,
and everything works fine. I have a NOAAPORT feed providing data, and that too
is working fine. All single site radar data is visible in NMAP and looks great.
I am attempting to use nex2gini to created mosaic radar images. I am using the example settings from chiz for creating a 1km mosaic. The program runs without error, and creates a file of proper size (compared to examples of good ones from other sources).
My problem is, the navigation is messed up on all the images. Data is displaced by 50-100 miles. Looping the images in NMAP show that the errors are consistent. I have made numerous attempts using different projections, gareas, station tables, kxky values, etc. All images come back with displaced nav when displayed in NMAP or gpmap. Running nex2img results in the same thing.
This morning I cleaned and remade GEMPAK. No errors. No change in output.
Anyone have any ideas? I'm stuck.
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