Re: observation and model spatial (raster) overlay plots

From: <brownrig_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Thu Oct 31 2013 - 07:20:49 MDT


Have you checked out the examples at:

Example #3 in particular seems to come closest to what you want to do.
The first half of that script deals with subsetting and manipulating
data into an appropriate form; depending upon your data, you may
likely be able to ignore that part. Everything from the comment
"create plot" to the end would be relevent to creating your plot, with
the real essense of it being those 8 lines after the comment "plot
original data".

Hope that helps...

On Wed, 30 Oct 2013 22:12:48 -0700
  Chao-Jung Chien <> wrote:
> Hi, sorry for the newbie question. I am trying to create a similar
> like attached using NCL. Notice that the observational data are
> in diamonds, which are overlaying a gridded model results over a
> region (map).
> Both observation and model data are already in netcdf file formats.
> The
> observation data have the time-stamped values and associated lat/lon
> for each station.
> Any existing NCL examples or pointers on how to create such an
>overlay plot
> are greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Chao-Jung

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