Re: How to plot a SkewT but bordered vertically

From: Dennis Shea <shea_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 12:00:02 -0600


I wrote the skewT codes when I first learned NCL.
I donated it to the NCL project. Unfortunately, it was not written with
the flexibility you desire.

My suggestion is to create the full image and the use some
tool like IslandDraw or Photoshop or ???
to extract the sub region you want.

Buena Suerte

> Dear Sir/Madame
> I want to plot a SkewT but bordered vertically in a few kilometers
> above the surface (just the first 7-8 km). I am working with wrf
> output, so I have modified the examples that are in
> I have tried many thing: I have changed the skewtOpts_at_vpYF, introduced
> dataOpts_at_trYMinF and dataOpts_at_trYMaxF in the script... I would be
> very grateful to you if you could send me some new ideas.
> I am looking fodward to hearing from you.
> Yours faithfully,
> Miriam

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