> Hi John, > > > The latest version of CDM can read your BUFR file as point data. > Which version do you mean (4.0) ? i havent tested 4.0, but i would recommend 4.1 > > > What is it supposed to be? swath data? > > The problem with BUFR is that theres no arbitrary metadata, so its hard > > to tell what it is -- unless you just know. > > Ive appended the BUFR header and schema dump. > > A description from our web site: > > Atmospheric Motion Vectors at all heights below the tropopause, derived from > 5 channels (Visual 0.8, Water Vapour 6.2, Water Vapour 7.3, Infrared 10.8 and > the High Resolution Visual channel), all combined into one product. Vectors > are derived by tracking the motion of clouds and other atmospheric > constituents as water vapour patterns. The initial resolution is a 24 pixels > grid (HRV 12 high res. pixels), but as the algorithm tries to adjust the > position to the point of the maximum contrast (typically cloud edges), the > end resolution varies. Each AMV is assigned to a height using techniques > varying with channel and tracked feature. An AMV product contains between 30 > 000 and 50 000 vectors depending of the time of the day, and uses SEVERI > image data from Meteosat-8 and onwards. thanks thats helpful. im still not sure if these are point data or swath data ?? > > thanks for your support, > > Michael > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DRR-610037 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Open
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