I should be grateful if someone could clarify this for me.
The function lonFlip is used on variables that have lon as one of its
If I use lonFlip on the dimension "lon" itself, instead of the variable
is this likely to cause problems?
That is, if I do the following
LON = datain->lon
LON = 180*LON/pi
lon = lonFlip(LON)
Then as I read in several variables, I do
T&lon = lon
where T is dimensioned time, lev, lat,lon
Should the above work OK?
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