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[IDV #LNV-521517]: IDV functiontype.binary: types dont match error



> Creating display: Contour Plan View
> visad.TypeException: visad.TypeException: FunctionType.binary: types don't
> match
> FunctionType.binary: types don't match
> 
> Hello, my name is Michelle. I am working in IDV for my senior research
> project and can not get past this error that I am getting. I entered a
> definition statement within the jython library, which can be seen below.
> When I try to plot the smv (which I will be using within a different more
> complex equation to find the significant tornado parameter) it comes up
> with the error above. I know that the first five lines works, because I
> tried plotting the ws, and it worked. So it has to be something wrong
> within the sixth line of code. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I
> have exhausted all the other help I could get and we couldn't figure it out.
> 
> def    StormMotionVector(v,u)
> """compute storm motion vector from v and u wind components"""
> vsqrd= v875*v875
> usqrd= u875*u875
> ws= sqrt(usqrd+vsqrd)
> smv= asin(v/ws)*(180/3.14)
> return smv
> 
> Thank you,
> Michelle Spencer
> 
> 
Hi Michelle,

I am guessing u875 is the u component of wind at 875mb. If so, the formula I 
enter:

def StormMotionVector(v,u):
   """compute storm motion vector from v and u wind components"""
   vsqrd= v*v
   usqrd= u*u
   ws= sqrt(usqrd+vsqrd)
   smv= asin(v/ws)*(180/3.14)
   return smv

has no problem to create the display. You only need to specify the level when 
the popup window
for the variable v and u.

Yuan



Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: LNV-521517
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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