> Hi, > > My name is Mark Boothe, and I'm a researcher working with the GV dropsonde > data from the PREDICT experiment of 2010. I'm an IDV novice, so bear with > me! I have used Aspen v3.1 to convert the original text files into NetCDF > format, and I can load them into IDV. I can create skew-t plots, but I was > hoping to create 3D plots (or even 2D plots) of the data. At first glance of > the documentation, this seems possible with gridded model data, but I'm not > sure if it can be done with irregularly-spaced dropsonde data. Can it? > > Thanks for any guidance you can give! > Mark Boothe > Naval Postgraduate School > > > Hi Mark, When you loaded the data in the IDV, if you selected the data source type as "upsonde/dropsonde files", you should have the option in the field selector like: Track, Skew-T and Sonde Start Locations. I am not sure if this is what you mean 2D/3D plot. Can you upload a dataset here: "http://motherlode.ucar.edu/repository/alias/idvupload" Yuan Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: SRY-572364 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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