Hi Michael, I don't believe this data can be viewed in the grid viewer. The problem is that netCDF-java/CDM expects gridded data to have coordinate variables without any missing values (so it can map between i,j and lat/lon). [John, please correct me if I'm wrong on this.] An "image" feature type would be more appropriate. Unfortunately, netCDF-java/CDM doesn't yet have an image type. Outside of that, a few comments regarding some of the variable attributes: 1) The valid_* and _FillValue attribute values are all strings. The strings are typed ("0b", "-90.0f", etc) but somehow ended up as strings instead of the intended type. 2) The variable "lon" has valid_max,min of 90,-90 instead of 180,-180. I didn't find the examples we looked at during the workshop. I'll look a bit more and ask John about them as well. Ethan > Dear Thredds-Support, > > we had been taken place in the Unidata THREDDs workshop this year in Boulder > and during this > some of our data was analysed, which we wanted to serve using THREDDs. > > We had been advised to add the "FillValue" into our latitude/ longitude > definitions such > as the data was supposed to be properly displayed within the Grid View. > > We have changed this definition now: > > http://gsics.eumetsat.int/thredds/catalog/mfg15NetCDF/catalog.html > > but the data itself still does not get properly displayed within ToolsUI, > Grid View. > > Would you be able to give us advise what is still wrong with the data ? > > We unfortuneatly did not take back the modified NetCDF files from the > workshop, which > would have given us the possibility to cross check our updates. > > best regards, > > Michael Schick > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DRR-610037 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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