How to store the data from *.grb?
ricardo marcelo da silva
ricardom at ACD.UFRJ.BR
Fri Feb 25 11:43:12 EST 2005
GrADS is a option in this case, you could try wgrib, that I think already
comes with GrADS. If not, you can try:
there are a lot of examples there, includin how to get ASCII files.
On Fri, 25 Feb 2005 09:41:23 -0800, wenting wrote
> Hi, all:
> Sorry to bother all of you. I have a very very basic question.
> I need the info and data in '*.grb' file. Now I am trying to use
> Grads to read it. Grads could read these data and show the variable
> as ASCII. How can I store these data into a file as ASCII or binary
> without characters. I need the ASCII data to be read in another program.
> I installed 'grads-1.8sl11-win32e.exe' in WindowsXP, and I am using
> Thanks a lot!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "ricardo marcelo da silva" <ricardom at ACD.UFRJ.BR>
> To: <GRADSUSR at LIST.CINECA.IT>
> Sent: Friday, February 25, 2005 4:03 AM
> Subject: Re: Using Regrid2 to display wind barbs
> > I'm not sure if regrid2 recognizes vector expressions like "u;v".
> > Probally you'll need do define new regridded vars or use a long
> > line.
> > long line:
> > d
> > ;)
> > On Fri, 25 Feb 2005, Tye Parzybok wrote:
> >> I'm trying to display wind barbs at a higher resolution than the native
> >> resolution (2.5 x 2.5 degrees) of my GRIB data using regrid2. This is my
> >> sequence of steps in GrADS:
> >> open <filename>.ctl
> >> set gxout barb
> >> d regrid2(ugrdprs(t=1,lev=1000);vgrdprs(t=1,lev=1000),0.5,0.5,bl)
> >> And I get this error message:
> >> Syntax Error: Unmatched parens
> >> Error ocurred at column 1
> >> DISPLAY error: Invalid expression
> >> Expression = regrid2(ugrdprs(t=1,lev=1000)
> >> Any ideas on how I can make this work?
> >> Thank you in advance for any help, advice or tips.
> >> -Tye
Ricardo Marcelo da Silva
Universidade do Brasil
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