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[IDV #KAY-441521]: Hovmoller Diagrams



> Full Name: Stefan Cecelski
> Email Address: address@hidden
> Organization: University of Maryland
> Package Version: 2.9u4 build date:2011-05-17 16:18 UTC
> Operating System: Mac OS X
> Hardware: Java: home: 
> /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home version: 
> 1.6.0_24 j3d:1.5.2 fcs (build4)
> Description of problem: Hi all,
> 
> Just noticed Hovmoller diagrams are in this latest nightly build....awesome! 
> A few questions/suggestions. When I plot the hovmoller diagram, are the 
> averages taken over the entire longitude/latitude domain(which ever is 
> constant)? Can I plot a hovmoller diagram for a single degree of 
> longitude/latitude(ie. make a plot along 12.5N)? This would be a nice feature 
> since when I do my hovmoller plots, I like to make them at the latitude where 
> my storm of interest forms. 

Hi Stefan,
     You need to thank Don for adding this new feature into the IDV.
     For your question about plotting single degree Hovmoller, there is not 
user interface doing this directly. But, you can bring up the properties panel 
(under Field Selector, right click on the data source), and do the subset there 
(setting both longitudes the same value in the bounding box). I will check with 
Don about your concern in this design.

Yuan

This might be difficult, but would be awesome if you could do: create the 
hovmoller by entering the constant degree of longitude/latitude, how many 
degrees of averging should take place surrounding that constant degree(if any) 
and how large the domain should be(in both x/y and t), all by entering numbers. 
I know you can set the domain via the map on the field selector, but it is not 
as exact as I would want for research. Thanks for your input.
> 
> Stefan
> 
> 


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: KAY-441521
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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