Hi Lluis : The problem is that you are storing the attributes as strings, but they should be numbers. Can you change these files? char Lambert_Conformal; :grid_mapping_name = "lambert_conformal_conic"; :dx_m = "2000"; :dy_m = "2000"; :latitude_of_projection_origin = "-31.34806"; :longitude_of_central_meridian = "146.1"; :true_longitude_of_projection = "146.1"; :grid_north_pole_latitude = "90"; :grid_north_pole_longitude = "0"; :Lambert_Conformal:standard_parallel = "-27.5, -35."; :standard_parallel = "-27.5, -35."; also you should probably delete this one: :Lambert_Conformal:standard_parallel = "-27.5, -35."; John > Full Name: Lluis Fita > Email Address: address@hidden > Organization: Climate Change Research Center > Package Version: > Operating System: > Hardware: > Description of problem: I have a netcdf file which uses a portion of a > Lambert Conformal projection. The issue is that when I plot the values using > toolsUI, the data is projected in a wrong place. If I remove the projection > variable 'Lambert_Conformal', then the data is properly projected. The main > problem is that the section of the domain lays outside of the parameters of > the Lambert_Conformal projection. So, when I remove the variable with the > projection information, toolsUI uses the 2D lat/lon and the data is therefore > properly drawn. > You will find the example in the following link: > > http://df.arcs.org.au/quickshare/3fd9a92720dd4f18/CCRC_NARCliM_Sydney_MOM_1990-2009_wssmean.nc > http://df.arcs.org.au/ARCS/home/lluis.fitaborrell/godiva2/CCRC_NARCliM_Sydney_MOM_1990-2009_wssmean.NOLambert_Conformal.nc > > I am not sure if this is a CF-convention issue or a toolsUI. But any help > will be very appreciated. > > The data is part of a big project which will use threads to disseminate the > data, which uses Godiva2 to plot the data. Godiva2 is java-based platform > using old version of toolsUI libraries. > > Many thanks in advance, > > Llu?s > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: OBX-662219 Department: Support netCDF Java Priority: High Status: Closed
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