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[McIDAS #YAX-451139]: Creating TruColor RGB from GOES-16



Hi Carol,

re:
> Wait, this isn't going to work with remapped images, right? 

If the remapped images can be put into a dataset that makes it look
like the images are multibanded, then it should.

re:
> I would have to
> use the nativate map projection of the data in NPGOESR/CONUS, right?

There is nothing in the McBASI script that demands that the images be
in the map projection of the NPGOES[RS] or RTGOES[RS] images.  The
only thing that is assumed is that the individual bands can be accessed
using the BAND= keyword.  I think that this should be easy enough,
you just have to create an input ADDE dataset that has all bands 
included in the dataset definition (instead of creating a dataset for
one band).

We can talk about this more tomorrow.  Right now, I need to take off
for an appointment...

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket ID: YAX-451139
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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