Hi Patrick- > Unidata IDV Support a Ãcrit : > > What error message did you get? Did it say it could not find any gridded > > data or some other message? > > > "No gridded data" indeed. No error message. Nothing in the console window. That's all the IDV knows is that a grid could not be made from the structure of the dataset. The underlying netcdf-java library doesn't tell us why. > >> The change made is: > >> > >> from: > >> "MYTAXIS2:units = "DAYS since 15-JAN-1901" > >> > >> to: > >> MYTAXIS2:units = "DAYS" > >> > >> I think CF netcdf allows "DAYS since 15-JAN-1901". > >> > > > > That's not a udunits compatible specification which is what CF requires. > > Using the month abbreviation does not conform to the ISO8601 standard. You > > should use: > > > > MYTAXIS2:units = "DAYS since 1901-01-15" > > > You are right. > I will make a request about this to the ferret development team. That would be great. > >> The file was produced with ferret. > >> > > What Convention does it say it uses? > > > From a ncdump, I can read: > Conventions = "CF-1.0" ; I wonder if it would pass the CF compliance checker? I think the best thing is to let the ferret team know and get them to make it truly CF-1.0 compliant. Thanks for following up on that. Don Murray Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ZSD-847460 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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