Re: Single value from 2D array

From: Alessandra Giannini <alesall_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 17:38:29 -0400 (EDT)

Brooke, my suggestion would be to use "ndtooned" first, to go from a 2D
array to a 1D array, then "ind" to find the values you are interested in,
and them "sum".

ndtooned first, because ind only takes 1D vectors.

cheers, alessandra

On Wed, 5 Apr 2006, Brooke A. Halvorson wrote:

> I am attempting to take a 2D array and extract each of the values and sum them
> up (if they meet a certain threshold) to give me one,single integer. It
> ultimately does not matter if I keep the location (as the 2D array values are
> associated with gridpoints, not latitude/longitude) since all I want to do is
> sum up the values to give me one number.
> This seems like a relatively easy thing to do yet I have been struggling. Is
> NCL capable of this procedure and if so, how? Thank you, in advance, for any
> suggestions.
> Brooke

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