Re: 2D coordinate + topography

From: Adam Phillips <asphilli_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2009 10:08:45 -0700

Hi Wolfgang,

See example 7 on the masking page here:

Note that the data itself is masked by the topography in the 2nd and 3rd
frame, and that to use cnMissingValFillColor you must also set cnFillOn
= True

Good luck,

Wolfgang Langhans wrote:
> Hi,
> I am plotting vertical cross-sections using the 2D vertical coordinate,
> following the example (second plot) at:
> This works fine for me, but now I try to indicate the top of my
> underlying orography with a black line. I tried:
> res_at_cnMissingValPerimOn = True
> res_at_cnMissingValPerimColor = "black"
> but without success. Currently the orography appears white, which is
> unfavorable when large parts of the plot is also white (no separation
> line). I do have of course the height of each model level (I already
> use it for the 2D coordinate). Maybe there are any ideas how to plot the
> lowest model level or the top of the orography.
> Best regards,
> Wolfgang
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