Jim- > This is actually a different problem. I'm able to select circular > OR rectangular now *if* I'm only plotting a field once. If I plot it > twice, however, you can't use the same filter (i.e., just "rectangular") > on that field twice. If you do, then it won't plot a second time. > Sorry I wasn't clearer. Probably not too many people doing this. Is this a problem if you use today's build? From my view, the solution for the other problem fixed this one as well. > I've been dorking around with radar, Mesonet, and some other stuff. > This is where the time increment and matching challenges become acute > because the radar is high frequency and irregular. Looking forward to > seeing something soon :-). Won't happen before I leave. This requires work from the other side of the building, not just the IDV. Even if it was just the IDV, it's a major undertaking. Don > Unidata IDV Support wrote: > > Jim- > > > > > >> Full Name: Jim Steenburgh > >> Email Address: address@hidden > >> Organization: University of Utah > >> Package Version: 2.9a1 build date:2010-05-03 07:07 UTC > >> Operating System: Mac OS X > >> Hardware: Java: home: > >> /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.6.0/Home version: > >> 1.6.0_15 j3d:1.5.2 fcs (build4) > >> Description of problem: Don: > >> > >> I noticed in this bundle that if you go to the 700 hPa tab, you can apply > >> circular aperature to one of the Vertical velocity loads, but not both. > >> For instance, I can apply circular to one, rectangular to the other, and > >> it works fine. But not both. > >> > > > > This is the same problem you ran into over the weekend and is fixed in > > today's (2010-05-04 07:18 UTC) build. The version you are running is _SO_ > > yesterday. > > > > > >> I'm doin gthis because I'd like the field smoothed, but want negative > >> values one color and positive the other, with no zero contour plotted. If > >> there's an easier way to do this, let me know. > >> > > > > Create a color table with 6 colors. Make 1/2 blue, the other half red and > > set the range for the reasonable range of values (N) for the parameter from > > -N to +N. For the contour interval, you can use GEMPAK syntax, so it could > > be something like: > > > > 2/-100/-2;2/2/100 > > > > to contour at 2 units from -100 to -2 and 2 to 100 (or whatever range you > > want). > > That should eliminate 0. If you want to dash the negative values, then set > > the base > > to be 0 and turn dashing on. > > > > This way, you only need one display. > > > > Don > > > > Ticket Details > > =================== > > Ticket ID: ZAA-193317 > > Department: Support IDV > > Priority: Normal > > Status: Open > > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ZAA-193317 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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