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[IDV #JRW-699362]: IDV trouble on small domain



> 
> Dear IDV Team,
> 
> I am trying to plot via IDV some resuls sitting on a THREDDS server that
> we produced in our Institute. The domain is very small, a couple of Km by
> hundred meter. I simply can not et the variables displayed. E.g., when
> loading the topography, I do see the correct min/max values, but no x-y
> plot is created, and IDV reamins sitting on the US map.
> Maybe the spatial extent of the domain is so small that IDV may be getting
> caught by some tolerance checking?

Sandro,
       There is no restriction on the spatial domain. You dataset is ok to 
display in the IDV. If yo didn't see the display, you can right click on the 
data source in the Legend window, and select: View > Use Grid Projection. It 
maybe a little tricky to select the right color table and setting the range.

        I do see a few variables in your dataset can be trouble, such as U, V. 
not sure if it is the problem in the dataset, or the TDS. If you can not verify 
the problem, please submit the support request to address@hidden

Yuan
> 
> you should be able to get the files at
> 
> http://193.205.148.194:8888/thredds/arpav/run1/his
> 
> And thanks for the great job you are doing!
> 
> 
> Sandro
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: JRW-699362
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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