On 1/3/13 9:24 PM, Paul Graham wrote:
Thanks for the method you posted for finding a field value at a lat/lon. I
tried it and it worked a treat! A function that returns a field value at a
specific point would be very useful in diagnoses. Perhaps one could be
included as part of one of the IDV Jython System libraries?
If you had a timeseries of grids, what would you want the output to be?
There is a method GridUtil.sample(grid, LatLonPoint, sampling_method)
that could be used to sample and not worry about the structure of the
grid (2D, etc) or whether it was a time series or not. I could see
having a jython function:
sampleGrid(grid, lat, lon, sampling_method=0, time=-1)
which would sample at the lat/lon point and allow you to set the
sampling method (nearest neighbor or weighted average) and the time
index (-1 would return an array of values for all times).
I agree that this would be a nice addition to the IDV grid library.
On 4 January 2013 02:26, Tom Whittaker <whittaker@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
The simplest way to extract a value at a given lat/lon location might
be something like this (I'm assuming you're in the Jython Shell at
1. a = selectData()
[then pick your gridded field -- if it's 3D then you'll
need to use the "make2D()"
function in the Jython library "Grid routines"]
2. assuming there is a "time" dimension, then do:
b = a
(if you do a "print len(a)" and the answer is a small number, like
"1", then you likely have a time dimension...you can also do "print
whatTypes(a)" and get the details of the structure of 'a')
3. then (welcome to the World of VisAD):
from visad.georef import LatLonTuple
4. now for each point do this:
print b.evaluate( LatLonTuple( 43., -89.))
(using your own lat/lon values....)
On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 11:45 PM, Paul Graham <meteorpaul@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In hindsight, contours were not a good example of what I am wanting.
am wanting is to be able to interpolate gridded data sets, so I can put
lat/lon and obtain a field value, preferably using a Jython method. It
would be good if IDV has a Jython method that could do this.
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