Carlos, I believe the culprit is the Time dimension of "days" in your netCDF file. This is not valid CF for time (http://cf-pcmdi.llnl.gov/documents/cf-conventions/1.0/cf-conventions.html#time-coordinate). With some NCML I altered the time unit to "days since 1990-1-1 0:0:0". You'll have to adjust it appropriately with your knowledge of the data with respect to time. I have attached the NCML which I can use to successfully display your data in the IDV. Best Wishes, Unidata IDV Support > Hi, > > I'm using IDV in the last 2 years and I'm very satisfied with it. > > However, these days I tried a file from TIMCOM model and IDV (4.1) refuses > to open it. > > When loading the file, IDV cannot recognize the format (tried all options), > and file is .nc > > The error message is "No gridded data found for .../path-to-file... Do you > want to try to load this as another data type?" > > I'm runnning IDV 4.1 on OSX 10.8 > > The strange thing is that I can open the same files on Windows 8 running > IDV 3.x version > > The 3.x version has installed the MMOUT Data type plugin and also the 4.1 > version. > > Is there any changes from IDV 3.X to 4.X regarding these kind of data files? > > I can remember that the first times that tried to open those files on 3.x, > same error appear but after trying just a couple of data types, it opened > and I made some plots. > > As example you can download two files: > > meteo.uma.pt/dataFiles/member000_T1_00004.nc > meteo.uma.pt/dataFiles/member000_T2_00558.nc > > Is there any place I can download last 3.x version for OSX, to try and see > if it makes difference? > > Thank you, > Carlos Lucas > > ___________________________________________________________ > CIIMAR-Madeira > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: PLY-930773 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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