[gradsusr] Few basic questions on processing of TRMM data in GrADS
luis.blacutt at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 10:26:39 EST 2011
I work with TRMM data, I preferred to work with xconv, I convert every
single file to a grib file, then you can merge them as a single file and
calculate averages and so on (it is also possible to reconvert them to
On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 1:22 AM, Subash Yeggina <subash.yeggina at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi! Teddy,
> Thanks for the quick response.
> I actually have downloaded NetCDF files from NASA site: (
> http://mirador.gsfc.nasa.gov/) for 5 years (both daily and 3 hrs). I tried
> displaying for 1 day and it works fine. How do 1 do it for 1 year. For
> example : Displaying the average of 5 years precipitation of my region ?
> On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 1:16 AM, Teddy Allen <teddyallen at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> You can easily retrieve TRMM data in a netcdf format from the IRI data
>> library so that it is easily read into grads.
>> Go to:
>> From there you can subset your data (click on data selection link) then
>> download into NetCDF (data files selection link). Or you can even access the
>> OpenDAP link as well.
>> Once you have this TRMM NetCDF file you can then easily ingest into GrADS
>> 'sdfopen filepath/filename.nc'
>> 'd precip'
>> hope this helps,
>> "To move quickly, go alone. To move far, go *together*."
>> African Proverb
>> *From:* Subash Yeggina <subash.yeggina at gmail.com>
>> *To:* gradsusr at gradsusr.org
>> *Sent:* Mon, January 31, 2011 2:31:57 PM
>> *Subject:* [gradsusr] Few basic questions on processing of TRMM data in
>> Hi! All,
>> I am a beginner in using GrADS to process TRMM data. The question I have
>> (1) To process TRMM (3B42 daily and 3hr) data for a period of 5 years. Do
>> I need to write a script or a template control file(.ctl) is to be created?
>> (2) Are there any tutorials available in using GrADS for TRMM data?
>> Thanks and Regards,
>> Subash Yeggina
>> Research Scholar,
>> Dept of Civil Engg.
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