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[McIDAS #VBK-954111]: error accessing archived NEXRCOMP imagery



Hi Kwan,

re:
> Daryl replied that he does not archive the national radar files.

That's too bad!

re:
> Another
> person replied that NOAA CLASS has NEXRAD level 3 data available and can be
> read by McIDAS.

Yes, that is correct.

re:
> But I have found out that the level 3 data files are
> available from NCDC instead.

NOAA definitely has an archive of NEXRAD Level 3 data.

re:
> I have also found out that McIDAS-V can read
> level 2 and 3 radar data.  But can McIDAS-X do that as well.

McIDAS-X supports the Level 3 radar, not Level 2.

re:
> I would also
> like to remap the radar data into another projection.

Like all other imagery supported by McIDAS-X, you will have
to use IMGREMAP to remap the Level 3 data.  If you want to
composite multiple Level 3 images, you would also use
IMGREMAP.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: VBK-954111
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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