>From: Sridharareddy Duggireddy <address@hidden> >Organization: USF >Keywords: 200210162107.g9GL7S107707 McIDAS FRMSAVE Sridhara and Shelly, After playing around for a bit on metlab, I have come up with a sequence of scripts (based on the ones that Jim Koermer sent you) that allow a user to generate satellite image displays for GOES-East and GOES-West GINI satellite images (none of which exist locally at USF). Check out: http://metlab.usf.edu/sridhara/koermer.html The calling sequence is virtually identical to what Jim Koermer sent you previously as is the content of the scripts. Calling sequence: http://metlab.usf.edu/sridhara/koermer.html | |__ calls /cgi-bin/gen_mcidas_sat.cgi | |__ calls /cgi-bin/gen_mcidas_sat.csh | |__ calls /htdocs/sridhara/mcidas/bin/mk_mcsat Modifications to Jim's code: o I did modify Jim's top level HTML file to include the full ADDE dataset name instead of just the descriptor. o I also removed the section where he adds a Plymouth State logo to each GIF (you will probably want to continue on with what Jim did to personalize your displays; also a mention of Unidata wouldn't hurt :-) o I added the addition of an appropriate BAR on top of each image o I tried to add some comments to the code so it is easier to read o I cited Jim's help at the bottom of the koermer.html web page File Locations: o mk_mcsat is stored in the sridhara/mcidas/bin directory o Output GIF (tm) files are stored in the sridhara/mcidas/gifs directory o the McIDAS working directory for the user running the web server (nobody) is sridhara/mcidas/data Notes: The sridhara/mcidas/* directories are owned by nobody and have group nobody. This was important! Things left to be done: o renaming scripts to what you want o scouring of GIF files generated o monitoring of how often the page is used Please let me know if you run into anything you don't understand or doesn't work. Cheers, Tom
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