Re: isosurface plot problem

From: Rick Brownrigg <brownrig_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Fri Nov 18 2011 - 15:42:32 MST

Hi Gerry,

 I don't have answers for you, but that is a most curious result. The colors shown in the plot you attached aren't in the palette you specified (gsn_define_colormap(wks,"BlAqGrYeOrRe") ). In fact, they are from the "default" palette, and appear to start with index 4 (as per cnRes@gsnSpreadColorStart = 4), and are for the most part every other color from the palette, with a few exceptions. Its as though the palette is not getting set to what you specified. Are you getting any errors/warnings about that?

Also, please excuse my ignorance of the science, but the range of depth intervals is from 40 to 150m; is it possible parts of the 20C isotherm are at depths outside that range?


On Nov 18, 2011, at 11:06 AM, Gerald Creager wrote:

> I've uploaded createIsoTest.ncl and an example PNG (Model1-20C.png) to your incoming directory. My model .nc file was apparently too big but can be snagged from
> I was expecting to see an isosurface over the whole Gulf of Mexico region. This would be for the 20C isotherm, if I'm not completely delusional.
> Any help or suggestions you could offer would be appreciated.
> Thanks, Gerry
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