Thanks for the explanation, Ethan. If TDS could handle the regridding
itself, then it could work. I assume this is what's happening on the backend
via TDS/ncWMS for GetMap requests since the WMS spec doesn't handle
irregular/curvilinear grids either (right?). I was hoping a future
enhancement could someday do the same for TDS WCS. Something for the
On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 2:17 PM, Ethan Davis <edavis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> Hi John,
> TDS currently only supports WCS 1.0.0. The WCS 1.0.0 specification
> itself does not support requesting or returning irregular/curvilinear
> grids. I believe the same is true for WCS 1.1.0.
> I don't belive this is necessarily the case for WCS 2.0. However, the
> 2.0 specification is written in the new core/extensions paradigm and I
> don't believe the extensions necessary to request or return
> irregular/curvilinear grids are yet written.
> The TDS WCS implementation does not currently support regridding data.
> So, currently one gets the data from the WCS in the same projection in
> which the data is stored. The combination means the TDS WCS can only
> serve regularly gridded data.
> On 6/15/2011 5:31 PM, John Maurer wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > We now use the WCS service through TDS to serve GeoTIFF files to users.
> > Since it only works for regular grids, I was wondering if TDS could be
> > enhanced in the future to support irregular/curvilinear grids via WCS?
> > TDS/ncWMS already handles curvilinear grids via WMS, so I was hoping the
> > same sort of intervening magic could be applied for TDS' WCS service?
> > Thoughts?
> > Thanks for listening!,
> > John Maurer
> > Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS)
> > University of Hawaii at Manoa
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