matt.alonso at GMAIL.COM
Mon Mar 17 13:38:02 EDT 2008
I am actually doing just what you said in terms of using 'set dfile [n]' and
looping over it that way similar to the code below:
'set lat [x]'
'set lon [y]'
'set t 1 61'
'set dfile 'i
I did not try the first method you spoke of 'd var.2'; I might give that a
whirl. It is worth noting that GrADS 1.8S11 runs this script exactly as
I will write a response to Jennifer's email in a second.
On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 12:24 AM, Stephen R McMillan <
smcmillan at planalytics.com> wrote:
> Are you indexing the variables, per order of file opened?
> First file, 'd var...'
> Second file, 'd var.2...'
> Nth file, 'd var.n....'
> An alternative would be to use 'set dfile [n]' and then display variable,
> as long as you are displaying variables from only file [n] in expression.
> Stephen Mc
> *Matt Alonso <matt.alonso at GMAIL.COM>*
> Sent by: GRADSUSR at LIST.CINECA.IT
> 03/16/2008 08:40 PM
> Please respond to
> GRADSUSR at LIST.CINECA.IT
> GRADSUSR at LIST.CINECA.ITcc
> NetCDF issue?
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