On Sep 8, 2010, at 7:58 PM, John Caron wrote:
I think the WRF Polar Stereographic is now correct,Agreed.
If you have any test datasets, I would be glad to add them to my unit tests.Well for WRF just the file you have already. But, since you've asked... we have two NetCDF files that supposedly use CF-1.0 conventions and should be (but currently aren't) readable using your NetCDF-Java library. You can get them from:
ftp scienceftp.epa.gov gsfc_daac B#iN2Ggy bi be ha get AURAMS_GEM_sample_files.tar by tar xvof AURAMS_GEM_sample_files.tar ncdump -h AURAMS_42km_grid_sample.nc ncdump -h GEM_ampp_42km_grid_sample.nc
Let me know if you think you'll be able to write a CFConventions.java for these files (or if these files are invalid). I noticed that they have lon and lat arrays, but also info on polar stereographic. I'm not sure if they data should be displayed in lon-lat space or polar stereographic. Probably polar stereographic and the lon/lat arrays are just auxiliary.
In any case, we'd like our AURAMS/GEM users to be able to visualize their data in IDV and VERDI - both of which use your NetCDF-Java library.
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