See below On 1/13/2014 12:24 PM, Rui, Hualan (GSFC-610.2)[ADNET SYSTEMS INC] wrote: > New Client Reply: WMS error > > As I have explanted in previous email, 1:many mapping is used for the > parameters at multiple vertical layers. If 1:1 mapping, will TDS return a > 3-dimension data array for these parameters? No, this is not how a grib table works. What I can do is remove any reference to level from a parameter description. Likewise, I can remove references to "monthly", "daily", and "hourly" that seem to crash between the various versions of the tables. It would then be up to the end user to deduce that a given parameter in a file named "rainfall_monthly_average" or "temp_daily_average" has a particular meaning beyond an average value. However, the same table cannot mean monthly in one dataset and daily in another. > > The GRITAB files at http://disc.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/hydrology/documentation > contain the information for Center/Subcenter/Version. For example, the > GRIBTAB file for NLDAS-2 Primary Forcing Data Set > http://disc.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/hydrology/grib_tabs/gribtab_NLDAS_FORA_hourly.002.txt > contains the information below. > > I downloaded all of the gldas and nldas gribtab files from the webpage that was sent to me. There seem to be four different tables: -1:221:221:1 -1:173:4:130 -1:7:138:130 -1:7:12:130 Are you the owner of these tables? I'm not sure what the leading -1 means (unless it is the very old "discipline"), but applying the common Center:Subcenter:Version logic would seem to indicate that three different Centers (221, 173, and 7) and four different Subcenters (221:221, 173:4, 7:138, 7:12) are represented. -Lansing Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: VNI-792787 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Open
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