Re: ESMF Interpolation with Missing Values

From: Barton, Neil P. <barton30_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Fri Feb 08 2013 - 16:00:34 MST

Hi Mary,

Unfortunately, I am receiving the same answers if I include or not-include
the below line. Any other ideas?

Thank you very much,

Neil

On 2/8/13 1:51 PM, "Mary Haley" <haley@ucar.edu> wrote:

>Hi Neil,
>
>Try:
>
>opt@SrcMask2D = where(.not.ismissing(datS),1,0)
>
>This provides a mask array where you don't want the regridding to occur.
>
>--Mary
>
>On Feb 8, 2013, at 1:28 PM, Barton, Neil P. wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I'm having problems interpolating data using ESMF_regrid when my source
>>data have missing values. I am assigning the source data a _FillValue
>>before the ESMF_regrid call. This _FillValue assignment seems to work
>>when reading the source data, but not during the interpolation. For
>>example when I interpolate Temperature data, I receive the below output.
>>
>> (0) ESMF_regrid_with_weights: dstData
>> (0) Dimensions: 405 120 120
>> (0) minSrcData: 216.432
>> (0) maxSrcData: 295.866
>> (0) minDstData: -15.5592
>> (0) maxDstData: 283.523
>>
>> As shown, the minDstData is much less than the minSrcData (and
>>unrealistic), and I am assuming this is because the _FillValue is set to
>>9999.0. Any help is greatly appreciated. I attached my ncl script to
>>this email.
>>
>> Thank you very much,
>>
>> Neil
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