Murray, Here is a better solution. Select declutter and experiment with the Density slider to the right of the declutter button. In addition, experiment with the zoom level. It is not that the IDV is confused so much as the labels coming from the shape file are too dense. Best Wishes, Unidata IDV Support > Yuan? > > Hmmmm. Well, yes I already did see that declutter (but I called it > unclutter) was related to this, and yes your double-application seems to get > a good initial figure. But the meanings of the separate rings can't be shown > visibly by any properties settings. Apparently the way to help the user > would be text like this: > > Select DISPLAY > DECLUTTER once or twice to see wind speed circles around the > location points, with no doubling of the text labels. The winds within the > smallest "circle" are at least as strong as the value printed near the center > point. Larger circles, when present, delineate reduced winds according to > this hierarchy: <110 knots, <85 knots, <65 knots, <55 knots, <45 knots, <35 > knots. Occasionally IDV is confused by so many shapes, so the user should > select DISPLAY > DECLUTTER twice to clean up overlapping labels or to return > circles that disappear. > > Does that seem to be a good fix? > > Murray > > -----Original Message----- > From: Unidata IDV Support [mailto:address@hidden > Sent: Friday, October 18, 2013 1:27 PM > To: address@hidden > Cc: address@hidden; address@hidden > Subject: [IDV #QFA-384481]: Question about typhoon data > > Murray, > > Thanks for the clarification. I am able to reproduce the problems you see in > panel 16 (not 17). Although in your description I believe you leave out a key > detail. In step 15 after you click Create Display, you have to go back to the > dashboard > Displays Tab > Select "location" View > Display Tab and deselect > declutter. Otherwise you don't see the rings. At that point, I can reproduce > the problem. > > There is probably a bug in the IDV here, but there is a simple workaround. > Strangely, selecting declutter (again!) will clean up the labels while > leaving the rings in place. See the attached figure. > > Please keep us up-to-date on your progress. > > Best Wishes, > > Unidata IDV Support > > > Good Morning, > > > > I've added the KMZ file to the webpage, and here is a link that should > > also work: > > http://marinedataliteracy.org/examples/depression_vecs_26w_twentysix_2 > > 0131016T0900Z_jtwc.kmz > > > > When I use the storm track layouts, the presentations are both simplified > > and more complex. For example, each of the windspeed polygons comes with > > its own centroid, and I get up to 3 slightly-different center icons, etc. > > I'd just like somebody who understands how IDV handles these to take a look > > and perhaps suggest an optimal way to do it. > > > > Oh yes, and I still see IDV automatically selecting which items to display, > > based on scaling. Is this always so? > > > > Murray > > > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Unidata IDV Support [mailto:address@hidden > > Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2013 3:19 PM > > To: address@hidden > > Cc: address@hidden > > Subject: [IDV #QFA-384481]: Question about typhoon data > > > > Murray, > > > > The problem appears in Panel 16 not 17 with the labels overlapping or > > conflicting. Is that correct? Have you tried experimenting with different > > layers in the Storm Track control? > > We may need a better description of the problem to get to the bottom of > > this. > > > > Best Wishes, > > > > Unidata IDV Support > > > > > Dear IDV Folks, > > > > > > I'm really stumped by a new mystery. I've just completed a new > > > draft exercise at 9.32 Plotting Western Pacific Typhoon > > > > > > <http://marinedataliteracy.org/ops/pac_cyclones.htm> > > > > > > Paths in Google Earth & IDV: Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC). > > > If you look at Panel 17 you see I ran aground trying to control what > > > appears with the use of an IDV locations display. If you have time, > > > please take a look and let me know if I went as far as I can, or if > > > there's a secret to selecting specific objects to display. The > > > "layer" coming from the JTWC is apparently a very complex suite of KML > > > items/sub-items(?). > > > > > > Murray > > > > > > Murray Brown, PhD > > > 1710 Washington St., Apt. B > > > New Smyrna Beach, Florida 32168 > > > PLEASE USE ONLY THIS EMAIL --> address@hidden > > > (Home) 386.428.6367, (Cell) 386.341.0868 www.marinedataliteracy.org > > > <http://www.marinedataliteracy.org/> > > > > > > > > > > > > Ticket Details > > =================== > > Ticket ID: QFA-384481 > > Department: Support IDV > > Priority: Normal > > Status: Closed > > > > > > > > > Ticket Details > =================== > Ticket ID: QFA-384481 > Department: Support IDV > Priority: Normal > Status: Closed > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QFA-384481 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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