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20010508: GOES-7 data in case studies (fwd)



Hi Manda,

I passed this by our GEMPAK guru and we downloaded the images
and viewed them successfully. I think you may find some helpful
suggestions regarding directory structure for GEMPAK below...

Let me know if this does not address your problem.

Thank you,

<snip>
Hi,
  Sorry to bother you once again.....  We are unable to read
some satellite data from Comet case #12.  The data is from goes 7
in 1994.  We can read it in wxp but not in GARP.  We are running
GARP version 2.1 and GEMPAK 5.4   
Thanks.
Manda Adams
<snip>

-Jeff
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Jeff,

I downloaded VIS and IR images for Case 12 via CODIAC and 
have no trouble displaying them. 

You are probably correct in asserting that they have not correctly
added GOES-7 to the list of directories searched for by the Garp GUI.

In my $GARPHOME/config/Garp_defaults the following definition exists:
G7    : "$(SATDIR)/GOES-7"

Too look for that directory, the $(G7) variable must be added to
the "sat" parameter list of paths, eg:

sat             : "$(G7) $(G8) $(G10) $(G11) $(G12) $(GINI) etc.   


Here is an example of my sat directory in ~gbuddy/incoming/sat

GOES-7

sat/GOES-7:
8km

sat/GOES-7/8km:
IR   VIS

sat/GOES-7/8km/IR:
IR_19940327_0001  IR_19940327_1001  IR_19940327_1801  IR_19940328_0201
IR_19940328_1201  IR_19940328_2001
IR_19940327_0101  IR_19940327_1101  IR_19940327_1901  IR_19940328_0301
IR_19940328_1301  IR_19940328_2101
IR_19940327_0201  IR_19940327_1201  IR_19940327_2001  IR_19940328_0401
IR_19940328_1401  IR_19940328_2201
IR_19940327_0301  IR_19940327_1301  IR_19940327_2101  IR_19940328_0501
IR_19940328_1501  IR_19940328_2301
IR_19940327_0401  IR_19940327_1401  IR_19940327_2201  IR_19940328_0601
IR_19940328_1601
IR_19940327_0501  IR_19940327_1501  IR_19940327_2301  IR_19940328_0901
IR_19940328_1701
IR_19940327_0601  IR_19940327_1601  IR_19940328_0001  IR_19940328_1001
IR_19940328_1801
IR_19940327_0901  IR_19940327_1701  IR_19940328_0101  IR_19940328_1101
IR_19940328_1901

sat/GOES-7/8km/VIS:
VIS_19940327_1201  VIS_19940327_1401  VIS_19940327_1601  VIS_19940327_1801
VIS_19940327_2001  VIS_19940327_2201
VIS_19940327_1301  VIS_19940327_1501  VIS_19940327_1701  VIS_19940327_1901
VIS_19940327_2101  VIS_19940327_2301



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