>From: Paul Ruscher <address@hidden> >Organization: FSU >Keywords: 200404191934.i3JJYZCT009529 McIDAS ADDE GVAR Paul, >Thanks, Tom, for your reply - trying to resurrect an old project idea >here - we use Direct Met and Quorum hardware and software to process >GVAR imagery in house but am trying to convert the imagery to AREA >files or something else we can use with GARP and McIDAS and I know >McIDAS has some built-in GVAR functionality. OK. I was looking through the McIDAS GVAR ADDE server code yesterday evening to see what it would take to get you setup to serve this data directly. I believe that I understand the various pieces of the puzzle, but I wanted to grab your data and see if I can make things work before sending you instructions. >I've asked our sysadmin >to try to get some space on our ftp server - I put my Mac to sleep last >night which is why you could not get the images, probably! It is up >now. Paul I don't need to FTP the data now that your Mac is accessible. I just grabbed the three files that Joe told me about in a previous email, so I will be able to try and setup ADDE serving of your 'raw' GVAR data sometime later today. Again, I think I understand what must be done, but since I have never done it before, I want to work through the process to understand all of the steps before sending along thoughts. Cheers, Tom -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publically available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us. >From address@hidden Fri Apr 23 07:02:00 2004 Hi, Tom - if this all works I would have no objection to the concept (without thinking much about it or talking to any hardware/net people) of sharing our GVAR data outside FSU, either, if such a backup site would be useful for anyone. Thanks much for your help! The data now reside on our ftp server, too - ftp://ftp.met.fsu.edu/pub/ruscher/GVAR. Paul
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