> Yuan, > > This seemed to work, thanks! Does the lonflip function just move the boundary? > > V/R, > > Stefan It just moves the boundary. Yuan > > Stefan Cecelski > Ph.D. Candidate and Graduate Research Assistant > AOSC Department: University of Maryland College Park > 2343 Computer and Space Sciences Building(CSS #224) > 703.801.1370 > address@hidden > > > > > > On Mar 11, 2012, at 11:42 AM, Unidata IDV Support wrote: > > >> Sean, > >> > >> I have uploaded a netCDF file and associated bundle to the IDV support > >> RAMADDA. Is there any work around (maybe an edit to the netCDF file?) to > >> make the discontinuity less? Thanks for all of your help! > >> > >> V/R, > >> > >> Stefan > >> > > > > Stefan, > > I think the problem is not the discontinuity, it is the boundary. In > > the latest release, you should have a Jython function named lonFlip, this > > should be the solution of your dataset. I believe you can flip the > > longitude to -180 to +180 can then doing the display in the Africa area. > > Give it a try. > > > > > > Yuan > > > > > > > >> Stefan Cecelski > >> Ph.D. Candidate and Graduate Research Assistant > >> AOSC Department: University of Maryland College Park > >> 2343 Computer and Space Sciences Building(CSS #224) > >> 703.801.1370 > >> address@hidden > >> > >> > > > > > > Ticket Details > > =================== > > Ticket ID: ANY-352494 > > Department: Support IDV > > Priority: Normal > > Status: Open > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ANY-352494 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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