>From: "John Meyers" <address@hidden> >Organization: Bowdoin College >Keywords: 200409071721.i87HLWC4011695 McIDAS compositing imagery Hi John, I found your email languising in our Support inbox. I thought I had sent you are reply before this, but I guess that it slipped through the cracks. I apologize for not getting back to you before now. >Institution: Bowdoin College >Package Version: 2004 >Operating System: Solaris8 >Hardware Information: SPARC >Inquiry: SSEC produces a product on their website that they call the >'global montage' and is a varient of the RTIMAGES/MOLL-IRTOPO product, >using SST and Synoptic temperature data in place of the topography. >It's a gorgeous product, and I am trying to start creating it locally. >SSEC was kind enough to produce a powerpoint that explains how it's >done: > >www.ssec.wisc.edu/mug/hot_topics/mugmtg/2002/presentations/ssec_product_genera > tion.ppt > >The problem is that the instructions don't work and don't make sense. I just went through Rick Kohrs PowerPoint (tm) "tutorial" on how SSEC creates the Global Montage images, and I don't see anything too strange. >At one point they do an IMGFILT and then follow it up with an IMGOPER >with a SCALE that is out of the bounds of the the previous IMGFILT. >It's a bit hard to explain -- but try following their instructions and >you will run into this and other problems. Did you save the steps you took in a McIDAS BATCH file? If yes, can you send it along to see what may be happening? Thanks. >Finally, the enhancement >table they claim comes with the distro, doesn't seem to exist. I am not suprised by the enhancement not being included in the distribution. I think that getting it from SSEC/Rick will not be hard; I will try to get it and then add it to the Unidata McIDAS distribution. >I think it would be worth it if these instructions can be corrected and >posted for all. It's quite a nice product. The easiest way for me to proceed would be to get the work you have already done and make modifications on it if/where needed. I can then send you back a working script that you should be able to use locally. >Best Regards, Again, I apologize for letting this slip this long. Cheers, Tom Yoksas -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly 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.
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