[python #AFB-689678]: Help
- Subject: [python #AFB-689678]: Help
- Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2019 08:18:17 -0600
We're glad to hear you're using MetPy! If I understand your question correctly,
you want to confirm that MetPy performs cross-sections between any two pairs of
coordinates, regardless of if they are at the same latitude or not. The answer
is yes, the MetPy cross-section tool will take a cross section between any two
lat/lon pairs. You can see in the title of the example that you linked that the
full coordinates of the start and end points are shown. The default output for
the x-axis label is just longitude, which is why it shows up a little
differently than the NCL plot.
>I am currently starting to use metpy with python. I want to confirm one
> thing that is there any difference between the cross-section function in
> ) and wrf_user_vert_cross in NCL(
> https://www.ncl.ucar.edu/Applications/wrfinterp.shtml ).
> Because in metpy we have to provide input for start and end lat and lon
> pairs but in metpy plot x-axis only li=ongitudes are displaying instead of
> latlon pairs as shown in NCL plots.
> Figures attached
Ticket ID: AFB-689678
Department: Support Python
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