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20040827: McIDAS - UALIST doesn't list all SIG levels?



>From: "Christian =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Pag=E9?=" <address@hidden>
>Organization: UQAM
>Keywords: 200408271343.i7RDh7wB010775 McIDAS ADDE

Hi Christian,

>Institution: UQAM
>Package Version: 2003
>Operating System: IRIX64
>Hardware Information: SGI
>Inquiry: When running UALIST, I don't get all the SIG levels, mostly only the 
> MAND ones.
>
>Example comparing GEMPAK output or UALIST output:
>MCIDAS UALIST:
>http://meteocentre.com/upper/07110_int.txt
>UALIST command:
>UALIST 07110 12 OPT=ALL SIG=YES
>
>GEMPAK SNLIST:
>http://meteocentre.com/upper/07110.txt
>
>Why doesn't UALIST list all the SIG levels?

What ADDE server are you using?  It may be the case that the server
you are using does not have decoding of the significant levels turned on.

Cheers,

Tom
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>From address@hidden  Tue Aug 31 08:53:26 2004

Hi Tom,

>> I am using my own ADDE server io.sca.uqam.ca.
>> How can I check if SIG levels are properly decoded by xcd?
>
> Listing the data like you tried is the best way.
>
> Are you running the new McIDAS release?

No, I am still using v2003. When I'll have some time I will try to  
upgrade to v2004.
As a note, soundings from North America are ok, the ones from France  
are not.

>  If yes, I will have to make
> sure that there was not a problem in the RAOB decoding subroutine that
> sets which countries for which significant level data is supposed to be
> decoded.
>
> Right now I am Fortaleza, Brazil, and the network connection is very
> bad.  I will try to get on at a different time to see if it is any  
> better.
> Sorry I can not offer more now.

No problem, when you have time. Thanks!

Christian


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