Jorge, Your English is excellent (better than many Americans), so don't worry about that. (For some reason your text processor is joining words together.) The IDV is really not adept for this level of analysis. I have been playing with your data in Python making climatological averages. Though my time is very limited, I may be able to help you processing your data. I would not really recommend Excel either since I find it cumbersome for this level of analysis. Would you be interested in pursuing this avenue? Best, Unidata IDV Support > Hi, > > I just uploand that file than you ask me yestarday. > Tanks > Jorge Castro > > > ----- Mensaje reenviado ----- > De: Jorge Castro <address@hidden> > Para: "address@hidden" <address@hidden> > Enviado: Martes, 9 de junio, 2015 21:43:08 > Asunto: Ticket ID: QRS-473512 > > Hi, Iapologize because my English language is terrible. > I have beenworking the last 8 months with satellite data from Peninsula of > BajaCalifornia, Mexico; with season and interannual variation of wind, > BakunUpwelling index, SST, Chl-a, SSH and geostrophic currents. Much of these > data Ihave been working in ENVI and Surfer, so I have developed a > âgraphical formatâ thatI want to keep. Today I begin to work with netCDF > geostrophic current data fromAVISO (http://www.aviso.altimetry.fr) but ENVI > does not recognized this format,after that, I found out IDV. > I have beenchecking IDV and I am impressed with this software and would like > learnt it, however I cannot do it soquickly and change all my images and > adapt them to IDVgraphical format. In the other side I would like feeling > free to keep my resultsin Excell or other similar format for future > analysis.Â > > I tried to sendyou a file in netCDF format unfortunately your server did not > answer me (an errorhas occurred: null), but I could try when you tell me > again. This file consistof daily data from 1993/01/01 to 2014/10/24 (7967 > days) in two band (u and vcomponent), and 45x57 pixels. I have to obtain > âclimatic month averageâ, mothaverage for every year in order to obtain a > standard anomalymonthly time series , for every component u and v. Like you > can see, it is something basicbut unfortunately I have not enough expertise > in IDV, therefore I am not choiceat this moment that export partials results > to Excell or other format like TXTor DAT. > I amcompromised to cite IDV in my paper and I absolute grateful for all your > assistance. > Tanks a lotJorge > > > De: Unidata IDV Support <address@hidden> > Para: address@hidden > CC: address@hidden > Enviado: Martes, 9 de junio, 2015 10:44:22 > Asunto: [IDV #QRS-473512]: Export result matrix to Excell > > Jorge, > > Can you upload your data here? > > http://motherlode.ucar.edu/repository/alias/idvupload > > If it is many files, please upload a zip or tar file. > > Let us know when the files are there. > > As I think I have mentioned in the past, many of our users use the IDV as a > data > conversion tool, but it is not really designed for that. If your ultimate goal > is to convert data from netCDF to Excel, there may be better choices. > > Best, > > Unidata IDV Support > > > Full Name: Jorge Castro > > Email Address: address@hidden > > Organization: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico > > Package Version: 5.1u2 build date:2015-04-27 16:07 UTC > > Operating System: Windows 7 > > Hardware: Java: home: C:\Program Files\IDV_5.1u2\jre version: 1.7.0_51 > > j3d:1.6.0-pre9-daily-experimental daily > > Description of problem: Hi > > I have a time series data in NC format. It consist of 681 matrixes every > > one 57 x 45 data. I need obtain only one matrix with average data and > > export it to Excell file. I tried to do it however IDV only export original > > data. Can you tell me if it is possible and how I have to do? > > Tanks > > > > > > > > > Ticket Details > =================== > Ticket ID: QRS-473512 > Department: Support IDV > Priority: Normal > Status: Closed > > > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QRS-473512 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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