> Hello IDVers. > > I am working to get a network of GPS-met stations into the IDV. > (for COCOnet eventually for Teddy -- for now a smaller Brazilian effort with > about a dozen stations) > > > Thanks to your help, I made a single .csv file with all the stations, 5 > minute interval, for a month. > It is 10.3 MB, not huge. > It involved a lot of hand editing though, so trimming the times is not > trivial to do. > > Brian, Can you upload this point data for me to check locally? http://motherlode.ucar.edu/repository/alias/idvupload or point me to where it locates in your server. Yuan > Unfortunately the point data display works very slowly. > It is fragile - touching the zoom or any display makes some big slow point > data re-rendering operation happen. ?? > I fear it will be intolerably slow for Teddy's CoConet project with 70 > stations. > > > 1. Might it be much faster if IDV used the Time Driver to pre-sample the > point data? > > 2. Might it be faster if the .csv file were a .nc point file, for easier > subsetting? > (If so, how to convert? Rosetta? I tried File--> Save Displayed Data as > NetCDF, but it gives an error). > > > There is a "Time declutter" window, but it isn't clear what it does. > Only after the point data are all created (presumably all 8640 times) is > there any "Times" menu where I can match the time driver. > (Really, it matches From Animation Time option, not Time Driver). > > > I attach a bundle and some screen shots. > Sorry the bundle has some grids attached, but it is the point data that make > it slow. > > > Any advice welcomed. Thanks!! > > Brian, David, and Teddy. > > > [cid:address@hidden > > > > [cid:address@hidden > > > > [cid:address@hidden > > > > > [cid:address@hidden > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: IEV-652340 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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