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[McIDAS #VQU-472558]: imgcopy UNIT parameter



Hi Carol,

re:
> I've been sending the the converted netCDF files to our end user, and they
> seem pleased with using the files with the native resolution and
> projection. Therefore, I'm just running an imgcopy without any remapping.

Very good.

re:
> BUT, Greg found a problem when he was trying to map the files into IDL. He
> noticed that the files still have latitude and longitude values
> of 2.143289e+09....
> 
> Any ideas why this might be happening?

It is hard to speculate without any information.

re:
> I just put some files in /home/mcidas/meteo on typhoon for you to look at.
> 
> meteosat-11.201812131100.09I.nc is a converted netcdf file center at 0N 35E
> and sized 1500x1500 using UNIT=TEMP. The script called meteo_netcdf.pl is
> what I'm using to convert the files.

It would be most helpful if you would put the original METEOSAT-11 image
from which the netCDF file was created.  Without that, all I can look at
is the result of something, not the original data.

re:
> Thanks for your help in advance.

No worries.

re:
> I should also say that the 2.143289e+09 values in latitude and longitude
> correspond to 0 values in 'data' or temperature.

What do the values in the original file look like?  For this, I need to
be able to interrogate the original image.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: VQU-472558
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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