Re: [idvusers] plotting data transects with different vertical axes on same image?

If you want two transects with different vertical axes mapped to value on the same plot, that's not possible in the IDV at this point. The transect display only maps to height/pressure (since that's what is was designed for).

Don

On 1/4/16 1:53 PM, Yuan Ho wrote:
Hi Kelly,
            In general, you should be able to do the mutiple "Data Transect"
in the Transect View display. The trick is to click on the "Transect View"
first before create the "Data Transect" display. In your case, it is very
tricky because the precipitation is 2D and has no vertical coordinate. You
can only see a color line on the bottom in the transect view display.


Yuan

On Wed, Dec 30, 2015 at 4:47 PM, Kelly Mahoney - NOAA Affiliate <
kelly.mahoney@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi,

I am trying to plot both terrain height and precipitation amount on the
same data transect image (i.e., trying to overlay the two panels shown the
attached pdf image).

I can't seem to figure out how to plot a variable vs. height (terrain
height) and one vs. amount (precip) on the same panel. (Both obviously
follow the same horizontal cross-section.) Is this possible in IDV?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

Best,
Kelly

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