> Name: Roman Kowch > E-mail: address@hidden > Organization: MIT PAOC > Software Package: IDV 2.7u2 > Operating System: Linux Ubuntu > Subject: Jython script for 2D plot movie > > **MESSAGE** > > > Hi, > > I am trying to write a simple script in Jython that commands > IDV to make a 2D display of potential temperature from a Netcdf > file and write a movie file. So far, the following code below only seems > to make the display as if I just selected the potential temperature > field and hit "Create > Display" in the interactive mode: > > > setOffScreen(1) > idv.getStateManager().setViewSize(java.awt.Dimension(400,400)) > ds = > makeDataSource("/disk7/rkowch/IDV/mitfluids/netcdf/IDVmitmodel2.nc","netcdf.grid") > a = getData(ds.getName(),"Temp") > dc = createDisplay('planviewcontourfilled',a) > pause() > Hi Roman, please upload this IDVmitmodel2.nc file here: http://motherlode.ucar.edu/repository/alias/idvupload Yuan > dc.setDisplayListTemplate("Potential Temperature 2D plot"); > dc.setColorTableName("default") > dc.range.set(-50.0,25.0) > dc.setContourInfoParams("interval=2.0;min=-90.0;max=45.0;base=-230.0") > dc.applyPreferences(); > writeMovie("2DThetaLoop.mov") > > > How could this script be modified to correctly set the display unit > (e.g. degC, K), color range on the color table, contouring parameters, > height level, and what times to use (which is specified before you hit > "Create Display")? > > Could you modify the script above to give an example of how this could > be done? What commands are commonly used in scripts like this? Also, > is there a certain order that must be followed when writing the > commands in the text file? > > I've been looking at the IDV documentation at this website, but > there's quite a bit > of info to sort through: > > http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/idv/docs/javadoc/ > > > > Thanks for your help, > Roman > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: EKY-504245 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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