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[McIDAS #FDU-863429]: BOWTIE and others



Hi Tyn,

re:
> Ha, thanks Tom ;-)

No worries.

re: modradir/modraget

> I assume this it the Surface Reflectance stuff (atmospherically
> corrected MODIS visible)?

Here is the snippit regarding MODR from the SSEC v2008 User's Guide page on
DSSERVE:

  You can access MODIS Level 2 MOD04 (aerosol), MOD28 (sea surface 
temperature), and
  MODR (corrected reflectance) products in HDF format with the IMG* commands by 
using
  DSSERVE to assign a dataset name to the files. When doing so, specify "MOD4" 
(for
  MOD04 aerosol products), "MOD8" (for MOD28 sea surface temperature products), 
or
  "MODR" (for MODR corrected reflectance products) in the format parameter, 
TYPE=IMAGE,
  and the directory and file masks in the DIRFILE keyword.

Again, I had to copy the SSEC v2008 source modradir.cp and modraget.cp to my 
v2007j
distribution to get you these servers.  Whether or not doing this will result in
fully functional servers is unknown.  I believe, however, that I made the 
appropriate
changes to files needed:

- opy modradir.cp and modraget.cp to ~mcidas/mcidas2007/src
- modify makefile and modx.h
- incorporate SSEC v2008 SATBAND entries into v2007j


Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: FDU-863429
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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