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[IDV #REU-864506]: derived quantities from ECMWF grib give error



Hi HP-

> >>> What is the formula you are trying to use that is trying to import Mean?
> >>>
> >> Any of the standard derived quantities is giving the error, e.g speed or
> >> flow vectors.
> >>
> >
> > Okay.
> >
> >
> >>> Is it in a plugin?  If so, do you have the same plugin installed for IDV 
> >>> that you are using with Mc-V?
> >>>
> >> It is not in a plugin. It is the standard list you get when invoking 3D
> >> grids.
> >>
> >
> > I'm guessing that it's still a plugin issue.  Does this problem occur with 
> > other grids, or just the ECMWF grid?
> It also occurs with NCEP 0.5deg data from motherlode. However, I get it
> only on the Vista machine , not on the Linux.one (did not have it with
> me when I noted the problem).
> 
> One thing that comes to my mind now is that about after coming back from
> Boulder in June on the Vista machine I did a webstart from Tyn's ITC
> site. Since then I get an "ITC IDL" which I have not been able to get
> rid of when loading your nightly builds over it. Maybe this is interfering?

Could be.  A quick thing would be to move the .unidata/idv/DefaultIdv to 
.unidata/idv/DefaultIdv.save and then try the derived quantities.  Tyn's 
webstart probably uses a plugin of some sorts to configure itself.  Are you 
using the webstart link to start the IDV?

If that works, then we can start figuring out what is in that directory that is 
causing the problems.  Could you send me a listing of the files in that 
directory and in the python subdirectory?

> >    If so, try the following:
> >
> > - exit the IDV
> > - move your ~/.unidata/idv/DefaultIdv/plugins directory to plugins.save
> > - restart the IDV, load the grid and see if you still have the same problem.
> >
> I have the same problem.
> > If not, then one of your plugins must have a jython procedure that is 
> > calling Mean.  Exit the IDV, move the plugins directory back and restart.  
> > You could use the Jython Editor to look through the libraries and search 
> > for Mean to find the culprit.
> >
> > If that doesn't solve the problem, then I'll have to think about this some 
> > more.
> >
> I think so.
> >
> >>> The error indicatest that it can't find the Mean method/procedure.
> >>>
> In any case, my routines do not use the Mean method/procedure.

Waiting for the rain to start.

Don


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: REU-864506
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open


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