Re: grid conversion

From: Mary Haley <haley_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 19:59:13 -0600 (MDT)

Hi Wendi,

     [I tried to respond to this much earlier, but our mailman email
      lists were down earlier. You may have gotten some individual
      messages from me earlier, but I have new information here.]

We don't have anything in PyNGL that can do what you're asking, but
check out the spherical harmonic NCL function "g2fsh":

and let me know if this might work for you. If so, then we can look
into implementing a version of this in PyNGL. However, we are trying
to be careful about not duplicating Python analysis efforts, and I
believe there may already be a couple of spherical harmonic Python
modules out there: the SciPy "sph_harm" module, and Jeff Whitaker's
"spharm" module:

I'm not familiar with these modules, so I don't if they are a direct
implementation of the spherical harmonic routines, or if they do more
"high level" stuff like the suite of g2fsh, f2gsh, f2fsh, etc routines
in NCL.


On Mon, 10 Apr 2006, Wendi Madsen wrote:

> Good Afternoon
> I am reading several files, both netcdf and binary, to do a hovmeuller
> plot. All of the data, except one, is in 145x73 lat/long grid. The
> one data set in on a 192x92 grid. How do I get the oddball grid to
> the same shape as the other datasets?? Thanks for your help.
> Wendi Madsen
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