[THREDDS #CDL-298835]: NCSS access to station data
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- Subject: [THREDDS #CDL-298835]: NCSS access to station data
- From: "Unidata THREDDS Support" <address@hidden>
- Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2015 13:15:39 -0700
I've been informed that for NetCDF-java, the point feature support requires the
variable to be laid out as (stations, time), rather than (time, stations) as
you have done. (This is specific to NetCDF-java, not CF.)
I can confirm that flipping the dimensions results in the "prec" variable
showing up on the NCSS form. Is it possible for you to lay out the data in that
> > Full Name: Christof Lorenz
> > Email Address: address@hidden
> > Organization: Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research (IMK-IFU)
> > Package Version: 4.6
> > Operating System: Debian
> > Hardware:
> > Description of problem: Hi all,
> > I'm currently setting up a Thredds Server, which which we will distribute
> > model- and station-data in our working group. First of all, I am really
> > impressed by all the different features and the simplicity of the
> > configuration. Most things work straight out of the box.
> > However, I came across one issue w.r.t. station data. As we have a large
> > collection of station data, we would like to use the netcdf subset service
> > (ncss) for e.g. chosing only the stations within a bounding box. But the
> > ncss-page (which works perfectly fine for grids btw.) does not recognize
> > the time-series variables.
> > I can look at the data in (e.g.) Panoply and everything seems to be fine.
> > However, I can not access the data via ncss as the page only shows the
> > "station_name"-variable. I've also attached a "screenshot" of the ncss-page
> > and the netcdf-file to this mail.
> > It would be really great if you could quickly go over the definitions of
> > the file and check if there is something wrong.
> > Thank you very much in advance!
> > Best regards,
> > Christof
Ticket ID: CDL-298835
Department: Support THREDDS
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