Hi Andrej, Just to add to this discussion, the IDV can display a wide variety of data formats: https://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/idv/docs/userguide/data/DataSources.html My advice is to create your gridded data in netCDF following CF conventions. If the gridded data is standards compliant, you will be able to display them in the IDV. You may also wish to contact the GEON IDV group at UNAVCO for these sorts of solid earth questions. Best, Unidata IDV Support > Hello. > > Thank you for your reply. > > Yes you can send it to the IDV user reference list. :) Thank you. > > I dont think you have understood the question, but that is my fault, for > not asking in the right way. :) > > What I meant is this: each earthquake releases a certain amount of energy. > What I would like to do, is have the IDV somehow calculate what is the > energy release in a specific grid, like 1x1km square boxes. I would provide > the IDV with information how much energy a specific magnitude releases, and > then IDV would somehow have to be coded or formulated (if its possible), to > calculate from a 2D earthquake plot, how much energy was released in a > certain area, like a 3x3 km box. Or a 5x5km box fot example. So I could > calculate what is the energy release in a specific grid over a volcano for > example in a 500m resolution grid, which I could then export as a Netcdf > file for example. > > I hope you understand the question. :) > > Best regards > > address@hidden> napisala: > > > > Hello. > > > > > > My name is Andrew, and I use IDV mostly to plot earthquake data. > > > > > > You can find some of my 3D examples here: > > > https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA6FvKNrCh2h-H9RJOKaBJg/videos?view=0& > > shelf_id=0&sort=dd > > > > Hi Andrej, > > > > Wow! A truly amazing collection of your work. I would like to ask for your > > permission to send these to our IDV user list for > > their reference. > > > > > > What I would like to know, if there is any possibility that I could > > somehow > > > make a gridded plot of energy release, in like a 1x1km grid or smaller. > > For > > > example, I would define a layer, lets say surface to 1km deep, and plot > > all > > > EQs and then calculate the energy release in 1x1km or 500mx500m boxes. > > has > > > it ever been done before? > > > > I am not sure if I understand your question correctly. The IDV can take > > very high resolution data, so any gridded data > > should be no problem to load and display in the IDV. The IDV will check > > your computer and sample the data according to > > the screen resolution and load enough data to create a high quality > > display. I did play some turbulence simulated dataset that > > is by 100m X 100m x 100m resolution. The resulting display is attached. > > Let me know if you have any problem playing > > your dataset and please share your result with us and the community. > > > > > > Yuan > > > > > > Looking forward to hear from you. > > > > > > Andrew > > > > > > > > > > > > Ticket Details > > =================== > > Ticket ID: DUV-766354 > > Department: Support IDV > > Priority: Normal > > Status: Open > > =================== > > NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the > > Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through > > the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in > > this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us. > > > > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DUV-766354 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open =================== NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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