[ncarg-talk] Correlation with both positive and negative lags
haley at ucar.edu
Wed Nov 8 12:32:58 MST 2017
The reason you are not getting any response is because NCAR Graphics is
very old code that not many people are experts in any more. I
It is highly recommended that you migrate to a more modern package like NCL
or Python. If you could tell us what you are trying to accomplish with NCAR
Graphics, we could probably help you create an NCL script that does the
same thing, and is potentially much easier to understand and modify.
Meanwhile, I think rather than try to hide your error messages, you should
try to figure out what's causing them.
I tried to find some documentation on how to increase the number of
allowable error messages, but so far no luck.
On Wed, Nov 8, 2017 at 11:29 AM, Lena Iredell <lena.iredell at nasa.gov> wrote:
> I've also never received an acknowledgement about my question, and it is
> for NCAR Graphics.
> Here it is again, in case anyone has a suggestion:
> Hello all,
> I'm creating a plotting program that plots multiple rectangular global
> plots on a page. Forcing the program to use a rectangular perspective
> causes this error message.
> GKS ERROR NUMBER 51 ISSUED FROM SUBROUTINE GSVP :
> --RECTANGLE DEFINITION IS INVALID
> The program then goes on to create a plot exactly the size that I want.
> My problem is that just before the final plot is created I receive this
> GKS ERROR NUMBER -107 ISSUED FROM SUBROUTINE GSVP :
> --MAXIMUM NUMBER OF ERROR MESSAGES EXCEEDED
> My question to you. As the program is doing exactly what I need it to, how
> can I up the number of errors that the program allows before NCAR plot
> stops dead in it's tracks?
> Lena Iredell
> NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
> Code 610
> Phone: 301.286.9773 <(301)%20286-9773>
> On 11/8/2017 1:24 PM, Arka Banerjee wrote:
> Thank you! I already subscribe to this.
> But not getting the answer for my question.
> On Nov 8, 2017 23:52, "Mary Haley" <haley at ucar.edu> wrote:
>> This email list is for the older NCAR Graphics package and is not very
>> Please repost your question to the ncl-talk email list. You must
>> subscribe first:
>> On Wed, Nov 8, 2017 at 5:52 AM, Arka Banerjee <arka354deb at gmail.com>
>>> How to plot correlation with positive and negative lag in ncl?
>>> The function escorc computes the (Pearson) sample linear
>>> cross-correlations at lag 0 only.
>>> The function esccr computes sample cross-correlations. The link is
>>> At the end of the above link the example 3 said that it is possible to
>>> calculate both positive and negative lags.
>>> Using the script at link :https://www.ncl.ucar.edu/Appl
>>> Please inform how to modify the script to calculate correlation at
>>> negative lags. i.e. lag -1, lag -2, lag-3 and so on.
>>> The above script is running well for positive lags and lag 0.
>>> ncarg-talk mailing list
>>> ncarg-talk at ucar.edu
> ncarg-talk mailing listncarg-talk at ucar.eduhttp://mailman.ucar.edu/mailman/listinfo/ncarg-talk
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the ncarg-talk