Re: Arbitrary data smearing when map is zoomed

From: Adetutu Aghedo <Adetutu.Aghedo_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Mon Mar 25 2013 - 14:27:45 MDT

Hi All,

I have been able to resolve the problem. I noticed now that for some reason, I had changed the:
 res@gsnAddCyclic = True ;;False ; regional data

gsnAddCyclic suppose to be False for regional plots.


On Mar 25, 2013, at 3:14 PM, Adetutu Aghedo wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am zooming on a map on a native lambert conformal projection using the following:
> res@mpMaxLatF
> res@mpMinLatF
> res@mpMinLonF
> res@mpMaxLonF
> However,the zoomed maps shows some arbitrary data smearing. My initial guess was that lat/lon was not ordered in the proper manner, so I performed a reordering of the data dimensions, and the corresponding lat2d, lon2d dimensions. This was able to solve most of the problem. Can someone help with the remaining glitches. I include example plots on the full map and the zoomed map. Notice the differences at the left lower corner of the zoomed map in comparison with the full map.
> I can provide the full code if required. I draw the zoomed map with the gsn_csm_contour_map_ce, and the full map with gsn_csm_contour_map
> Tutu.<cmaq_zoom_2006-08-mean_9pm_co-copy.pdf><cmaq_2006-08-mean_9pm_co.eps>

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