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[IDV #MTA-373885]: "True color" visible ABI imagery



> Thank you for the reply.
> Is there any walk-through on how to implement this formula? My current
> approach (below) sent back errors.
> 
> 
> 1. I loaded the most recent ABI CONUS image file in the "Dashboard":
> Data Choosers > Sat & Radar > Images > Server: goeseast.unidata.ucar.edu,
> Dataset: EAST > Connect > Image Type: GOES-16 CONUS all bands > Times:
> Relative > Most recent > Add Source
> 2. I pasted the formula you sent into a new "Local Jython" library
> called "ABI True Color", then I opened the "Formula Editor". I
> right-clicked on the "Formula" text box to "Insert Procedure Call" and
> selected the "ABI True Color" Jython library I had created. This populated
> the Formula field with "myRGB(chP64, chP86, chP47)".
> 3. I clicked "Save and Evaluate Formula" and a window with the fields
> named "chP64", "chP86", and "chP47". For each field I selected the
> Brightness data for appropriate band from the GOES-16 CONUS all bands
> source I had loaded, then clicked OK. I gave the formula a name and
> description and then clicked "Add Formula".
> 4. In the "Dashboard" under "Field Selector" I selected "Formulas",
> chose the new formula, then under "Displays" I selected Imagery > Image
> Display and clicked "Create Display". The same three field window popped up
> as when I had evaluated the formula (in step 3) and made the same
> selections as I had earlier and clicked OK.
> 5. An error box popped up stating:
> 
> attempting to set up histogram
> invalid ADDE image URL:ABI color test
> 
> What went wrong? Did I skip a step, or is my whole approach incorrect? I
> would be very grateful for any feedback.
> 
> -Tyler Burns

Hi Tyler,

Download the nightly release, I added the formula yesterday so you only need
to call the Formula > Imagery > GOES26/17 Three Color (RGB) Image. It should be
easy.

Yuan
> 
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> > > Full Name: Tyler Burns
> > > Email Address: address@hidden
> > > Organization: Pierce College, Puyallup
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> > > Description of problem:
> > >
> > > Is there any way to the pseudo true color visible satellite images from
> > > ABI data akin to those found on the GOES-East image viewer website? I
> > > have no experience with Python or Jython, so figuring out how to simulate
> > > the green channel has left me stumped.
> > >
> > > Is there perhaps an IDV plugin or formula that can be added to help
> > > produce these images?
> > >
> > > Tyler Burns
> > > Pierce College, Puyallup
> > >
> > >
> > Hi Tyler,
> >
> > Here is the formula I reference the  CIMSS/Univ. of Wisc:
> >
> > def myRGB(chP64,chP86,chP47):
> >    green =  0.45*chP64 + 0.45*chP47 + 0.1*chP86
> >    red = GridUtil.setParamType(chP64,makeRealType("redimage"), 0)
> >    blue = GridUtil.setParamType(chP47,makeRealType("blueimage"), 0)
> >    grn = GridUtil.setParamType(green,makeRealType("greenimage"), 0)
> >
> >    return DerivedGridFactory.combineGrids((red,grn,blue),1)
> >
> > I tested it and the result is pretty good.
> >
> > Yuan
> >
> > Ticket Details
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> > Ticket ID: MTA-373885
> > Department: Support IDV
> > Priority: Normal
> > Status: Closed
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: MTA-373885
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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