Re: particle concentration in county level

From: Luo, Chao <chao.luo_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Thu Aug 22 2013 - 11:19:11 MDT

My problem is that one county filled by gray color, which is not correct. I double checked the concentration in that county, which is same as one neighbor county, which filled by correct color. I was wondering if I did something wrong in script, I can't find it. How to test why only this county filled by gray? Any helps are very appreciated!


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From: "Mary Haley" <>
To: "Chao Luo" <>
Cc: "ncl-talk Talk" <>
Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2013 7:49:55 AM
Subject: Re: particle concentration in county level

By default, the land in plot created by any gsn_csm_map plot is going to be filled in Gray.

In your case, you can turn this off by setting:

  mpres@mpMaskAreaSpecifiers = "United States"

This will cause the United States area to be masked, but it will still fill the areas you specified with:

  mpres@mpSpecifiedFillColors = fill_colors


On Aug 21, 2013, at 5:21 PM, Luo, Chao wrote:

> Dear NCL folks,
> I am working on the plot with filling different color by different particle concentration in GA counties. The problem is that one county was filled by background color (gray color). I checked the ncl script i used, and can't find something wrong. I am attaching the plot and script here. Any suggestions or comments are very appreciated!
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