Re: Adding Lon-Information to LambertConformal Projection Map

From: Mary Haley <haley_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Mon Jun 03 2013 - 10:51:19 MDT

Hi Andrea,

I've created a southern hemisphere version of this script and I'll add it to this example.

It's attached here. Is this what you're talking about?


On Jun 1, 2013, at 3:27 AM, Andrea Kropf wrote:

> Dear all
> I am plotting the south hemisphere and cut it into half using the LambertConformal Projection. Now I used the mptick_10.ncl script to add longitude information to my map. My problem is, that my plot shows the south hemispere from 90W to 90E and hence it has a shape like a half moon, the straight part at the bottom and the bend part above (like a rising sun) and hence it is the opposite way than the mptick-plot. So the lon-information is shown at the bottom of the plot, I would prefer to have them around the top. And the lon-information which occurs now at the bottom of the plot is 66W - 90EW and 60E (from left to right) but it should be 90W 60W 0 60E 90W.
> Does anyone know which lines I would have to add or change on the mptick_10.ncl script to fix my problem?
> Thank you
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