# Re: linint?

From: Bob Tomas <tomas_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 17:14:07 -0700 (MST)

Ooops!

I wan't clear enough. lat(0,:) .ne. lat(1,:) or for that
matter, few, if any, latitude and/or longitude "vectors" are
the same for the case of the original data.

After reading the documentation I thought this was OK for linint2.
Maybe not and I'm not seeing that in what I read?

Bob

On Tue, 28 Feb 2006, Dennis Shea wrote:

>>
>> I have been looking at the web page documenting linint, linint2 and
> linint2_points
>> and can't figure out which, if any of these might suit my needs.
>>
>> I have data on a polar sterographic grid with latitude(89,89) and
> longitude(89,89)
>> and data(89,89). All latitude(n,:) and/or longitude(n,:) are monotonically
>> increasing. I want to interpolate the data to:
>>
>> data2(72,144) grid with lat(72) and lon(144)
>>
>> I've managed to generate a number of (different) error messages with my
> attempts.
>>
>>
>> Can someone provide some guidance?
> =========================================
>
> LAT = latitude(0,:)
> LON = longitude(0,:)
> LAT_at_units = "degrees_north"
> LON_at_units = "degrees_east"
>
> print(LAT) ; make sure they are monotonically increasing
> print(LON)
>
> data!0 = "LAT"
> data!1 = "LON"
>
> lon = lonGlobeFo (144, "lon", "longitude", "degrees_east")
> lat = latGlobeFo ( 72, "lat", "latitude" , "degrees_north")
>
> data2 = linint2_Warp(LON,LAT,data,True,lon,lat,0)
> printVarSummary(data2)
>
>
> HTH
> D
>
>

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