[IDV #IFH-933561]: Opening NOGAPS / COAMPS files
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- Subject: [IDV #IFH-933561]: Opening NOGAPS / COAMPS files
- From: "Unidata IDV Support" <address@hidden>
- Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 09:33:30 -0600
> I just found a little more information that may be helpful.
> They are both gridded binary edition 1.
> NOGAPS is spherical global 360X181 (1 degree).
> The COAMPS file I sent you is a 27km "nest2 application grid" (not quite
> sure what that means).
The IDV can handle these two files, there is only field inside these files,
"air_temperature". It is a two dimensions dataset, you can create many
interesting displays. Let me know if you need help.
> Unidata IDV Support wrote:
> >> Full Name: Mariana Scott
> >> Email Address: address@hidden
> >> Organization: UAHuntsville's Earth System Science Center
> >> Package Version:
> >> Operating System:
> >> Hardware:
> >> Description of problem:
> >> Hello,
> >> I am trying to get more information about the NOGAPS and COAMPS models. I
> >> have pulled multiple AMS articles on them, but one things I have been
> >> unable to find is exactly how to open and explore what is inside of
> >> those files. Can I do this with any of your software packages? They
> >> don't seem to have an extension so I am quite confused. Any assistance
> >> would be greatly appreciated.
> >> Cheers,
> >> Mariana Scott
> > Hi Mariana,
> > I need more information about the dataset from these two models,
> > Could you upload a couple sample files here:
> > "http://motherlode.ucar.edu/repository/alias/idvupload"
> > XYuan
> > Ticket Details
> > ===================
> > Ticket ID: IFH-933561
> > Department: Support IDV
> > Priority: Normal
> > Status: Open
> Mariana Felix Scott phone: (256)961-7898
> Research Associate I e-mail: address@hidden
> Earth System Science Center
> University of Alabama - Huntsville
> 320 Sparkman Drive
> Huntsville, AL 35899
Ticket ID: IFH-933561
Department: Support IDV
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