>From: address@hidden >Organization: UCAR/Unidata >Keywords: 200108301719.f7UHJ3108230 >First of all thatnk you so much for the help using the McIDAS string >command. That worked great. Super! >Instead of placing all the numbers you >want to contour, can you just contour greater than a certain number >or should I just make a string that would contain a lot of possible >values????? The string use approach dictates that you specify exactly which contour lines you want. There is no formalism (that I am aware of) that would allow you to specify that you want contours for values between some min and max values. >I will be using the power keyword with a value of 5 to >help scale the values of absolute vorticity, which are to the -4 and - >3 to values that are no longer floating point values. Sounds good. >Thanks for you >help, In really appreciate then help and the extremely fast response. You are welcome. Did you give CFILLCLP a whirl? You ought to try it out at least once to get an idea of what is possible. Tom
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