Re: Whether someone can give same kind of output in NCL ???

From: Don DNA <don_vbe_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Tue Nov 05 2013 - 12:36:43 MST

Thank you one and all...NCL userlist is not co-operative...its my very first time..really disspointed. -Dona Clara On Tuesday, November 5, 2013 12:32 AM, Jim Means <> wrote: Hello Dona, I am no expert on NCL, so whenever I want to do anything in NCL I usually go to the examples page and see if there are any examples that match what I'm trying to do: Just glancing at them, there are a couple that might be useful, one on reading ASCII and the other on writing NetCDF: It's probably best to start there and see if you can adapt what's in those examples to your own application. I think there might also be useful material in documentation from the tutorials and workshops. Good luck! Jim On 11/4/2013 18:48, Don DNA wrote: Hi all I am Dona Clara.. new to NCL . I am interested in converting ascii to netcdf format. Since I have no much idea about NCL I would like request NCL users to provide sample code for conversion so that I can run and I can develop my own code for ascii to netcdf conversion in future. So here I am attaching sample ascii data (input) and converted netcdf file(expected output) done by one of my friend in Ferret software. Since I am not interested in Ferret. I request someone who knows NCL please guide me to start NCL, and also please explain each step in conversion so that I can understand NCL language. So once again input in ascii : input.txt Expected Ouput from NCL Please NCL developers/Users kindly give your little time for me to learn NCL  Please find the attachment from ftp server Thanks in advance, Dona Clara _______________________________________________ ncl-talk mailing list List instructions, subscriber options, unsubscribe:

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