Hi Tyn and Hans
It also work for me. Hans, what version of IDV are you running? Should
be at least 2.5.
However, both of you be careful about the navigation. I have not checked
it with the MPE product but with CLAI (easier because you see often the
land/sea mask). E.G. over the Spanish coast I get a displacement of some
50km N-S and E-W. Over the African ITCZ the rrror is much less. Work is
ongoing to care for the disagreement.
Valentijn Venus wrote:
It is working for me, at least the MSG-9 MPE displays properly.
Maybe you have to launch an IDV that has all the grib-tables in the
Try this Webstart jnlp
[mailto:idvusers-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Hans Olandersson
Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2008 6:50 PM
Subject: [idvusers] Plotting Multi-Sensor Precipitation Estimate (MPE)
I am trying to get IDV to plot Meteosat Multi-Sensor Precipitation
Estimate (MPE) data, available at the Eumetsat web site
(http://oiswww.eumetsat.int/~idds/html/grib.html) in GRIB2 format.
It seems IDV recognizes what the files contain, though it is not
successful in plotting the actual data, i.e. no data is ever plotted.
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