David, Michael's not clear on those, but apparently they date back to Chiz; at any rate Michael's looking at the ramifications. I think, for decoding purposes, you need to just go with what's in the table. Ryan (P.S. I think Chiz is at NCDC.) > Ryan, > Please tell Michael James thanks... > > I am, however, a little confused at something in this table. In your > example, the N1P, why does one value correspond to two Calvals? Look here: > > N1P 30 4 > inches,0,9,-9999,-9999;10,100,0,0.5;101,200,0.5,5;201,255,5,12 TICZ99 > CHIZ > > Notice that 0.5 inches of rainfall can have two calibration points, i.e. 100 > and 101. Likewise, 200 and 201 both represent 5 inches. Is this true? I > see similar things in other variables. > > Thanks again, David Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LOE-612985 Department: Support netCDF Java Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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