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[IDV #YYJ-216056]: MSG Navigation inverted along Scan-Axis



Hi Ghansham,

Assuming you are sure the metadata concerning the orientation are described
correctly (please verify this) than the problem lies inside the
MSGnavigation.java class, specifically

geocoord2pixcoord, pixcoord2geocoord methods. In fact, doing a simple sign
reversal in these methods addresses the problem.

Yes, I believe the netcdf-Java group has done away with Jira. Now we use github
issues, and in fact, I have a github issue concerning this topic ready to go if
you think the metadata are correct.

https://github.com/Unidata/thredds/issues

I am not sure whatever happened to the original Jira issue you refer to. I
quickly searched for it in the github issue, but could not find it.

Best,

Unidata IDV Support

> > Dear Sir
> > Thanks for the globe view suggestion. I am aware of that.
> > Display seems to be down only in IDV because the way the projection box is 
> > built. otherwise if you just see the variable as image
> > using toolsUI it quite OK (I mean its NOT upside down).
> > AFAIK, John Caron Sir fixed similar issue for geostationary projection 
> > (ucar.unidata.geoloc.projection.sat.Geostationary) reported by me.
> > Although I never got a chance to test it.
> > Seems like ucar.unidata.geoloc.projection.sat.MSGNavigation class needs 
> > similar treatment.
> > I could have helped you telling exactly the commit that he did for 
> > Geostationary class
> > but unfortunately the jira bug tracking site 
> > (https://bugtracking.unidata.ucar.edu/browse/TDS) seems to be down.
> >
> > Has it been migrated to some other link.
> > Interestingly that commit is not being visible in the history of that class 
> > in github. Is it that commit was done some other branch?
> > It was done long time back (may be more than a year or two old).
> > You can check with him.
> > regards
> > Ghansham
> > On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 20:12, Unidata IDV Support  wrote:Dear Sir
> >
> > I have uploaded "3DIMG_13MAR2017_0530_L1B_STD_4.nc" file.
> >
> > regards
> > Ghansham
> >
> 
> Hi Ghansham,
> 
> The satellite imagery dataset normally starts from the upper left conner, and 
> the gridded dataset starts from lower left. We all know this is why you have 
> the upside down result.
> The quick and best solution I am thinking is to write an Jython code to 
> modify the dataset (it should be 10 lines code if you are better than writing 
> "hello world") and create a plugin to define
> this special gridded dataset. Waiting for the CDM library to make the change 
> will take  a while.
> 
> 
> Yuan
> 
> > Hi Ghansham,
> >
> > To summarize, the display seems to be simply upside down. The netCDF-Java
> > library is indeed a good place to start looking, perhaps in the classes that
> > deal with projections. While I dig into this problem, there is a quick
> > workaround. Plot the image on the globe view. See attached.
> >
> > Best,
> >
> > Unidata IDV Support
> >
> > Ticket Details
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> > Ticket ID: YYJ-216056
> > Department: Support IDV
> > Priority: Normal
> > Status: Open
> > ===================
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: YYJ-216056
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
===================
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