>From: address@hidden >Organization: NMT >Keywords: 200510212351.j9LNpI7s028398 McIDAS MYDATA Hi Mekonnen, >I just started running McIDAS in linux. I faced some problems and turned >to your usual help. > >I did this: >dsserve add TEST/AREA AREA >DIRFILE=/rumsfeld/mek11/Sonora/GOES/rawdata/A8075031/goes* >This worked fine, as I could tell from IMGLIST TEST/AREA result > >Then I did: >IMGCOPY TEST/AREA.1 MYDATA/IMAGES.3000 > >This returned the following error message: >'Image token server unable to resolve this dataset: MYDATA/IMAGES' This is telling us that you have not created the MYDATA/IMAGES dataset. You can do this by running the McIDAS BATCH file MYDATA.BAT: <as 'mcidas'> cd $MCDATA batch.k MYDATA.BAT After the MYDATA dataset has been defined, your IMGCOPY should work without error. >Another question: Is there a way to extract the data at one location (for >example, at lon=-110 and lat=30)? Yes, run the IMGPROBE command in the non-interactive mode (MODE=N). Here is a quick example: IMGDISP MYDATA/IMAGES.3000 IMGPROBE LIST POINT LATLON=30 110 MODE=N <- remember that longitudes in McIDAS are positive west, not east Moreover, you don't even need to load the image before interrogating it: IMGPROBE LIST POINT LATLON=30 110 MODE=N DATASET=MYDATA/IMAGES.3000 >Or how would you go about extracting data for a given location? Use the LATLON= keyword in IMGPROBE. You can also list back the values for a region using BOX instead of POINT. Please review the online help for IMGPROBE to get a list of all that is possible. >Thanks very much, No worries. So, you are now at New Mexico Tech! Say hi to Dave Raymond for me! Cheers, Tom -- 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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