> Hello - > > Our student tester found a bug with the "3D Volume Vector" display type where > if you change from "All Levels" to an individual starting level (e.g. "200 > hPa"), and then back to "All Levels" the trajectories disappear. > This should be fixed in tomorrow's nightly release. > Note that I can't test this with the new "3D Grid Trajectory" display type > because "All Levels" isn't an option under the Trajectory Start Level menu. > Should this be there? > This is not in my design, we need more discussion in our next telconf. Yuan > We have set TomR as the SSEC POC for this inquiry. > > Thanks - > Bob Carp > > ----==== Inquiry ====---- > 2493 > > ----==== Summary ====---- > With the new trajectory controls, adjusting the Trajectory Start Level to an > individual level and back to All Levels causes the trajectories to disappear. > > ----==== Request ====---- > 2017-05-16 - Bob Carp > This is still a problem in IDV and McV nightlies downloaded on 05/16/2017. > > Easy way to replicate: > 1. Create data source for most recent NAM 80km CONUS > 2. Display '3D grid > Derived > 3D Flow Vectors' with the '3D Volume > Vector' display type (all times, entire domain). > 3. Change to Trajectories in the Layer Controls/Displays tab > * At this point, trajectories at All Levels are displayed > 4. Change to an individual level, such as 200 hPa. > * This works as expected > 5. Change back to 'All Levels'. > * There are no error messages, but the trajectories disappear > > Note that this can't currently be tested in the IDV with the new "3D Grid > Trajectory" because "All Levels" is not an available option in the Trajectory > Start Level dropdown. > > 2017-03-20 - Bob Carp > In addition, possibly related, there are a variety of trajectory start levels > available in the menu that don't work. > > For example, create a 3D Volume Vector display over the CONUS from GFS 2.5 > degree global data. There are several levels in this dropdown that don't > work, meaning there's no errors, but no trajectories plot. Adjust the Z Skip > in the Layer Controls from 1 to 0, and the Trajectory Start Level values in > the menu change and now everything works as expected (All Levels still > breaks, as reported below). Change Z Skip back to 1 and things still work, > so something isn't being initialized correctly in this Z Skip dropdown menu. > > 2017-03-20 - Bob Carp > This was mentioned again by Sammy on 03/17: > > On Eugene and Granite for the 3D data, when toggling to a specified level, > the trajectories disappear and don't come back when changing to 'All Levels.' > If you click back to 'Vectors' and then to 'Trajectories,' it defaults to > 'All Levels' and the trajectories appear again. Z and XY skip work with 'All > Levels,' and when changing Z and XY skip first and then changing to a > specified level, but when going back to 'All Levels,' the trajectories > disappear. Again, if you toggle back to 'Vectors' and then to 'Trajectories' > they come back with correct skips at 'All Levels.' > > 2017-02-17 - Bob Carp > From Sammy: > > Regarding testing of Inquiry 2360, I had the same issues when plotting the 3D > data as Matt did on both OSX Intel and Linux 64 (Eugene). The behavior was > the same for different displays too (i.e. 3D volume vector, 3D volume vector > colored by another parameter, etc.) I also had some issues with 'xy skip' > when testing the 3D data. When changing the 'xy skip' in a specified level > and going from that specified level back to 'All Levels' the trajectories > disappear. This occurred on different displays and different datasets. The > datasets tested were GFS 2.5 degree and GFS 90km CONUS. > > 2017-02-16 - Bob Carp > Create a display of 3D trajectories (described in Request 4 of Inquiry 2360). > Adjust the Trajectory Start Level from All Levels to an individual level and > back to All Levels. At this point, the trajectories disappear. They come > back if you change to displaying vectors and then trajectories in the Layer > Controls. > > > ################################################################################ > > http://mcidas.ssec.wisc.edu/inquiry-v/index.php?inquiry=2493 > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: VTJ-225540 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed =================== 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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