Helene, Good to know you found a solution. Stop by Unidata if you need any additional help. Best, Unidata IDV Support > Hi, > > Thank you so much for your quick response! > > I had some problems loading the NCML file in IDV (Unable to open grid: > ../wrfout_d02_2011-07-01_06_plev.ncml), but since P_INTERP is just a single > Fortran script I just changed the dimension name there from > 'num_metgrid_levels' to 'pressure', a fix that will work fine unless one is > not generating met_em-files. Now the P_INTERP output files work great with > IDV, so I'll just use the modified P_INTERP from now on and forward. > > Best, > Helene > > In case this is useful for anyone else, here is the fix: > In p_interp.F90, change from 'num_metgrid_levels' to 'pressure' in the > following lines and recompile > 732: dnamej(j) = 'num_metgrid_levels' > 1402: IF ( ii == 3 ) test_dim_name = 'num_metgrid_levels' > 1422: test_dim_name = 'num_metgrid_levels' > > > 2014-06-27 13:26 GMT-06:00 Unidata IDV Support <address@hidden > >: > > > Hi Helene, > > > > Attached you will find the NCML to fix your WRF output so that 3D views > > can be > > generated for the variables in question. (It is instructive just to look > > at that > > NCML file in a text editor -- it is very simple.) > > > > The problem is that the vertical variable name did not match the dimension > > name. > > This NCML will fix that problem by renaming the variable appropriately. > > > > Copy this file to the same location as the post-processed WRF file. Then > > point > > your IDV to this NCML file instead of the post-processed WRF output. > > > > NB: You'll have to follow these steps for each output file that has this > > problem. > > > > If you have any other problems, respond to this email. > > > > Best, > > > > Unidata IDV Support > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: STN-807124 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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