Re: Reference vector not shown

From: Luis Cesareo Cana Cascallar <luis.cana_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Fri Oct 11 2013 - 05:01:32 MDT


I've tried to set the following variable:

opts_v = res ; Add basic resources
opts_v@vcRefAnnOn = True ; Change behaviour to normal mode again

But it's not enough. I get the following warning:

warning:vcRefAnnOn is not a valid resource in SBF_10_vector at this time
Fontconfig error: Cannot load default config file

I forgot to mention that I'm using NCL 6.1.2.

Well, what's next? Should I modify the WRFUserARW.ncl script in order to allow reference vectors again? Or may I force ncl to override this setting?



El 10/10/2013, a las 17:40, Rick Brownrigg <<>> escribió:

Hi Luis,

I don't really know for certain what's going on. However, what happens if you comment out this line:

opts_v@vcRefAnnoOrthogonalPosF = -.535

The docs for vcRefAnnoSide indicate its default setting is "Bottom", and further that vcRefAnnoOrthogonalPosF is constrained to be positive. I take it you're not get errors/warnings?

Hope that yields some insight…

On Oct 10, 2013, at 10:00 AM, Luis Cesareo Cana Cascallar <<>> wrote:

Dear all,

I'm trying to plot the 10m wind field over a map from a WRF-ARW output. Everything is fine except for the reference vector, because it´s never plotted
. The minimum wind is 0 m/s and the maximum is over 8 m/s, with a reference magnitude of 5 m/s. Could anyone see were is wrong the script? Perhaps because I've chosen a curly vector? Please, see attached files with the output figure and the code.


Luis Cana
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