Re: adjusting irregular coordinate grids

From: Adam Phillips (asphilli AT
Date: Tue Aug 02 2005 - 16:00:23 MDT

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    Hi Mike,

    I think this has to do with your built-in cyclic point...
    Are you setting the resource gsnAddCyclic = False ? The default of that
    resource is True, so if you don't turn it off and you already have a
    cyclic point I believe you will get an error message...

    Adam wrote:
    > Hi all,
    > I am trying to make a global plot displaying the mass concentration of
    > dissolved aluminum. I am getting an error message saying that my data has
    > non-monotonic coordinate variables. I used ncview to look up my lat, lon
    > min and max values and they are.
    > min max
    > lat -89.5 89.5
    > lon -180 180
    > I am not sure if these are irregular or how I would go about adjusting
    > them to fit onto a regular coordinate grid. Any help would be greatly
    > appreciated. I have attached the data I am using
    > Mike Brown
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