[gradsusr] lterp problems
Travis Wilson - NOAA Federal
travis.wilson at noaa.gov
Fri Oct 7 16:25:44 EDT 2016
Thanks for the response, I don't think lterp uses the time, or anything
other than the grid from the second control file. Anyways, I tried out
your suggestion and then discovered I had a file called foo.bin in that
same directory....it was screwing up lterp. I deleted the file and
On Fri, Oct 7, 2016 at 11:55 AM, Jeff Duda <jeffduda319 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I suspect the discrepancy in the TDEF entries between your control files
> may be responsible for the behavior you're seeing. You'll want to make sure
> to adjust the time settings so that both arguments of lterp() are valid at
> the same time.
> Jeff Duda
> On Fri, Oct 7, 2016 at 1:34 PM, Travis Wilson - NOAA Federal <
> travis.wilson at noaa.gov> wrote:
>> I am trying to use lterp on a 1km radar grib file (radar.latlon.c3) and a
>> dummy ctl file and am having grid coordinate problems (see below). What is
>> strange is that I've used this method on other files (like the HRRR) and do
>> not run into this problems.
>> Any ideas what I am doing wrong? I have attached the files I am working
>> 'open radar.latlon.c3.ctl'
>> 'open radar.latlon.c3dummy.ctl'
>> 'd lterp(brefl1_1,foo.2)'
>> Data Request Error: Invalid grid coordinates
>> World coordinates convert to non-integer grid coordinates
>> Variable = foo.2 Dimension = 3
>> Error from LTERP: Failed to evaluate 2nd expression
>> Operation Error: Error from lterp function
>> Error ocurred at column 1
>> DISPLAY error: Invalid expression
>> Expression = lterp(brefl1_1,foo.2)
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> Jeff Duda
> Post-doctoral research associate
> University of Oklahoma School of Meteorology
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