[ncl-talk] how to plot three wind components on an arbitrary vertical cross section?

Mary Haley haley at ucar.edu
Thu Jul 24 09:37:33 MDT 2014


When you forward your message to both ncl-talk and wrfhelp, you may not get
an answer at all because both sides may think that the other side is
answering the question.

You should post to ncl-talk if you have a question about NCL in general.
 If you have a question that's specific about the wrf_xxxx scripts, then I
suggest writing to wrfhelp.

>From your previous three questions, it sounds like you are interested in 3D
plotting, which NCL is very limited in. I suggest looking into Vapor:


Good luck,


On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 5:51 PM, Li Qi <liqi123sh at qq.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'd like to plot three wind components (i.e., u, v ,w) on an arbitrary
> vertical cross section, but the function "wrf_vector" or "gsn_csm_vector"
> only contains two wind components.
> Any advice will be appreciated.
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