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[IDV #JUN-901571]: Functiontype.binary: types don't match error



> Hello Yuan,
> 
> Here are the definition statements that I have made within IDV's jython
> library.
> 
> def    StormMotionVector(v,u):
> """ compute storm motion vector from v and u wind components at 875mb
> """
> vsqrd= v*v
> usqrd= u*u
> ws= (sqrt(usqrd+vsqrd))
> smv= asin(v/ws)*(180/3.14)
> return smv
> 
> 
> def    StormRelativeWind(speed):
> """ compute storm relative wind from wind speed at 875 mb"""
> nspd= (make2D(speed*.75))
> return nspd
> 
> 
> def    StormRelativeVector(smv):
> """ compute storm relative vector from storm motion vector """
> nsmv= (make2D(smv - 30))
> if nsmv< 0:
> nsmv= (make2D(nsmv + 360))
> return nsmv
> 
> 
> def    UStormRelativeMotion(nspd,nsmv):
> """ compute u component of storm relative motion from storm relative
> wind and storm relative motion vector """
> usrm= (make2D(nspd*cos(nsmv)))
> return usrm
> 
> 
> def    VStormRelativeMotion(nspd,nsmv):
> """ compute v component of storm relative motion from storm relative
> wind and storm relative motion vector """
> vsrm= (make2D(nspd*sin(nsmv)))
> return vsrm
> 
> def    STPLCL(T,Td):
> """ compute STP portion of LCL from T and Td"""
> STPLCL= (make2D(2000-(125*(T-Td))/1000))
> if STPLCL< 1000:
> STPLCL= 1.0
> #elif STPLCL> 2000:
> #     STPLCL= 0.0
> else:
> STPLCL=STPLCL
> return STPLCL
> 
> #def    STPBWD(BWD):
> """compute STP ortion of BWD from speed875 and speed1000"""
> STPBWD= (make2D(BWD/20))
> if STPBWD> 30:
> STPBWD= 1.5
> #elif STPBWD< 12.5:
> #STPBWD= 0.0
> else:
> STPBWD=STPBWD
> return STPBWD

For this formula, what is the input of BWD?

Yuan
> 
> I have the elif statement portions and my STPBWD # because I could not get
> it to plot the elif statements or for the STPBWD to plot. I have also
> attached a screenshots of the various other formula names that I have for
> the project along with a couple examples of the formulas themselves.
> 
> I have managed to plot my STP by making sure to specify that I need the
> 1000hpa level for the LCL, but I am not getting the proper plot due to not
> being able to use the STPLCL definition and STPBWD statements in its
> entirety.
> 
> Any help and guidance would be great!
> 
> Thank you,
> Michelle
> 
> address@hidden> wrote:
> 
> > > Hello, this is Michelle Spencer again.
> > >
> > > Thank you for the prompt response to the previous inquiry that I had,
> > > I greatly appreciate it.
> > >
> > > I am having trouble plotting my Significant Tornado Parameter. I have
> > > written code into the jython library, and made numerous sub-formulas
> > > that I am trying to use in a final formula for my STP. When I attempt
> > > to plot my data for each individual component of the STP formula I have
> > > no problems.  My STP formula consists of a BWD formula, SRH formula,
> > > CAPE formula, and LCL formula. It appears that my LCL is what is giving
> > > me my error, because I can plot the BWD*SRH*CAPE just fine, but when I
> > > add in the *LCL I get the error described below. I am not sure how to
> > > fix this error in order to plot the STP, which is what I ultimately need
> > > for my research project. I'm not sure what all information you may need
> > > to help me fix my issue, so please let me know if you need anything.
> > >
> > > Thank you for any help you are able to provide,
> > >
> > > Michelle Spencer
 
 

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: JUN-901571
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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