> Yuan, > > Yes, this is a temp/salinity profile. There are thousands and thousands of > these at the GTSPP program website. I had thought this was a very plain > vanilla NC format. I have plotted the file in IDV as a vertical line in > space (going up not down), and with the graphing routine as an XY profile. > > I might be nuts, but I can't see how a local ncml file can apply to a remote > file on a THREDDS or OPENDAP server. Where would you place it so IDV can > "see" it and apply it to the NC file in question? And if local placement of > the NC file is required, then how could I handle dozens or hundreds of > files? Write ncml for each one? > > Murray > Murray, Yes, you can load this data to the IDV as a grid dataset, and if you do the volume rendering, you can see all 19 points under the surface. I thought you probably want to see this as a profiler dataset, and you need to follow the CF convention: https://cf-pcmdi.llnl.gov/trac/wiki/PointObservationConventions Yuan Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ILT-566886 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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