From barry.h.lynn at gmail.com Sun Mar 3 01:43:25 2024 From: barry.h.lynn at gmail.com (Barry Lynn) Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2024 10:43:25 +0200 Subject: [ncl-talk] Fill Values in NCL and Python In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: Karen: Thank you. I think you need the additional line so that the "invalid" values will be masked out. threshold = 1. radar_max = np.where(radar_max < threshold, np.nan, radar_max) radar_max = np.ma.masked_invalid(radar_max) On Wed, Feb 28, 2024 at 5:12?PM Karin Meier-Fleischer via ncl-talk < ncl-talk at mailman.ucar.edu> wrote: > NCL: > > xsqrt = *where*(arr .gt. 0,* sqrt* > (arr), > arr at _FillValue) > > Python: > > xsqrt = np.where(arr > 0, np.sqrt(arr), np.nan) > > > > Am 28.02.24 um 16:02 schrieb Karin Meier-Fleischer via ncl-talk: > > Hi Barry, > > the following two Python examples demonstrate how to set values in a NumPy > and an Xarray array to NaN using a condition. > > arr = np.arange(0., 10.) > arr[arr >= 7.] = np.nan > print(arr) > > -----> output: [ 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. nan nan nan] > > xarr = xr.DataArray(np.arange(10)) > xarr = xarr.where(xarr < 7, np.nan) > print(xarr.values) > > -----> output: [ 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. nan nan nan] > > Regards, > Karin > > Am 28.02.24 um 15:10 schrieb Barry Lynn via ncl-talk: > > Hi: > > I know how to change an array value to fillvalue in NCL using a where > statement. > > How do I do the same in python, please? > > Barry > -- > > Barry H. Lynn, Ph.D > Senior Scientist, Lecturer, > The Institute of Earth Sciences, > The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, > Givat Ram, Jerusalem 91904, Israel > Tel: 972 547 231 170 > Fax: (972)-25662581 > > Weather It Is, LTD > Weather and Climate Focus > https://weather-it-is.com > Jerusalem, Israel > Local: 02 930 9525 > Cell: 054 7 231 170 > Int-IS: x972 2 930 9525 > > > _______________________________________________ > ncl-talk mailing listncl-talk at mailman.ucar.edu > List instructions, subscriber options, unsubscribe:https://mailman.ucar.edu/mailman/listinfo/ncl-talk > > > > _______________________________________________ > ncl-talk mailing listncl-talk at mailman.ucar.edu > List instructions, subscriber options, unsubscribe:https://mailman.ucar.edu/mailman/listinfo/ncl-talk > > > _______________________________________________ > ncl-talk mailing list > ncl-talk at mailman.ucar.edu > List instructions, subscriber options, unsubscribe: > https://mailman.ucar.edu/mailman/listinfo/ncl-talk > -- Barry H. 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Lynn, Ph.D Senior Scientist, Lecturer, The Institute of Earth Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Givat Ram, Jerusalem 91904, Israel Tel: 972 547 231 170 Fax: (972)-25662581 Weather It Is, LTD Weather and Climate Focus https://weather-it-is.com Jerusalem, Israel Local: 02 930 9525 Cell: 054 7 231 170 Int-IS: x972 2 930 9525 -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: From dave.allured at noaa.gov Sun Mar 3 13:58:58 2024 From: dave.allured at noaa.gov (Dave Allured - NOAA Affiliate) Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2024 13:58:58 -0700 Subject: [ncl-talk] Turning off contour lines In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: Try cnLinesOn = False. See ContourResources doc page. On Sun, Mar 3, 2024 at 12:11?PM Barry Lynn via ncl-talk < ncl-talk at mailman.ucar.edu> wrote: > Hello: > > I am wondering why I can't seem to turn off contour lines. > > cnLineThicknessF = 0. # Don't draw contour lines > > Should this do it? Is there another way? > > Thank you, > > Barry > -- > Barry H. Lynn, Ph.D > Senior Scientist, Lecturer, > The Institute of Earth Sciences, > The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, > Givat Ram, Jerusalem 91904, Israel > Tel: 972 547 231 170 > Fax: (972)-25662581 > > Weather It Is, LTD > Weather and Climate Focus > https://weather-it-is.com > Jerusalem, Israel > Local: 02 930 9525 > Cell: 054 7 231 170 > Int-IS: x972 2 930 9525 > -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: From barry.h.lynn at gmail.com Mon Mar 4 02:14:34 2024 From: barry.h.lynn at gmail.com (Barry Lynn) Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2024 11:14:34 +0200 Subject: [ncl-talk] Turning off contour lines In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: Thanks Dave: This also works in python with res.cnLinesOn = False I am curious: why do python mapping program commands have so much similarity to NCL? Barry On Sun, Mar 3, 2024 at 10:59?PM Dave Allured - NOAA Affiliate < dave.allured at noaa.gov> wrote: > Try cnLinesOn = False. See ContourResources doc page. > > > On Sun, Mar 3, 2024 at 12:11?PM Barry Lynn via ncl-talk < > ncl-talk at mailman.ucar.edu> wrote: > >> Hello: >> >> I am wondering why I can't seem to turn off contour lines. >> >> cnLineThicknessF = 0. # Don't draw contour lines >> >> Should this do it? Is there another way? >> >> Thank you, >> >> Barry >> -- >> Barry H. Lynn, Ph.D >> Senior Scientist, Lecturer, >> The Institute of Earth Sciences, >> The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, >> Givat Ram, Jerusalem 91904, Israel >> Tel: 972 547 231 170 >> Fax: (972)-25662581 >> >> Weather It Is, LTD >> Weather and Climate Focus >> https://weather-it-is.com >> Jerusalem, Israel >> Local: 02 930 9525 >> Cell: 054 7 231 170 >> Int-IS: x972 2 930 9525 >> > -- Barry H. 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I don't believe it should be plotted, as the contour ends at 5. min_val = -25. max_val = 5. space_val = 3. res.cnMinLevelValF = min_val res.cnMaxLevelValF = max_val res.cnLevelSpacingF = space_val res.cnLineThicknessF = 0. # Don't draw contour lines res.cnLinesOn = False res.lbLabelBarOn = True #-- draw a labelbar #res.lbTitleString = "olr Reflectivity (dBZ)" #res.lbTitleFontHeightF= .015 #res.lbTitleOffsetF = -0.25 # plus is up #res.lbTitleOffsetF = -0.75 # plus is up res.lbLabelAlignment = "BoxCenters" res.lbLabelStrings = list(range(-25,5,3)) # Calculate the levels num_intervals = max_val - min_val #levels = np.linspace(min_val * space_coef, (max_val+2) * space_coef, num_intervals + 1)[1:-1] #levels = np.linspace(min_val * space_coef, max_val * space_coef, num_intervals) levels = np.linspace(min_val , max_val+space_val ) # Convert levels to string and assign to label bar string_levels = [str(level) for level in levels] # Convert levels to strings res.lbLabelStrings = string_levels print(res.lbLabelStrings) -- Barry H. 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I don't believe it should be plotted, as the contour > ends at 5. > > > min_val = -25. > > max_val = 5. > > space_val = 3. > > res.cnMinLevelValF = min_val > > res.cnMaxLevelValF = max_val > > res.cnLevelSpacingF = space_val > > res.cnLineThicknessF = 0. # Don't draw contour lines > > res.cnLinesOn = False > > res.lbLabelBarOn = True #-- draw a labelbar > > #res.lbTitleString = "olr Reflectivity (dBZ)" > > #res.lbTitleFontHeightF= .015 > > #res.lbTitleOffsetF = -0.25 # plus is up > > #res.lbTitleOffsetF = -0.75 # plus is up > > res.lbLabelAlignment = "BoxCenters" > > res.lbLabelStrings = list(range(-25,5,3)) > > # Calculate the levels > > num_intervals = max_val - min_val > > #levels = np.linspace(min_val * space_coef, (max_val+2) * space_coef, > num_intervals + 1)[1:-1] > > #levels = np.linspace(min_val * space_coef, max_val * space_coef, > num_intervals) > > levels = np.linspace(min_val , max_val+space_val ) > > > # Convert levels to string and assign to label bar > > string_levels = [str(level) for level in levels] # Convert levels to > strings > > res.lbLabelStrings = string_levels > > print(res.lbLabelStrings) > > > -- > > Barry H. 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Here are some settings. pnlres at lbTitleDirection = "Across" ; title direction pnlres at pmLabelBarWidthF = 0.55 pnlres at pmLabelBarHeightF = 0.15 pnlres at lbTopMarginF = 0.001 pnlres at pmLabelBarOrthogonalPosF = 0.05 ; position wrt plot pnlres at pmLabelBarOrthogonalPosF = 0.02 ; position wrt plot pnlres at lbLabelOffsetF = 0.1 pnlres at lbTitleOffsetF = -0.52; pnlres at lbBoxSeparatorLinesOn = False ; pnlres at amJust = "BottomRight" pnlres at amJust = "TopLeft" pnlres at gsnPanelFigureStringsFontHeightF = 0.0100 pnlres at gsnMaximize = True pnlres at gsnPaperMargin = 0.8 -- Barry H. Lynn, Ph.D Senior Scientist, Lecturer, The Institute of Earth Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Givat Ram, Jerusalem 91904, Israel Tel: 972 547 231 170 Fax: (972)-25662581 Weather It Is, LTD Weather and Climate Focus https://weather-it-is.com Jerusalem, Israel Local: 02 930 9525 Cell: 054 7 231 170 Int-IS: x972 2 930 9525 -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Name: vert_comparison_all_runs_Hail_new_2km.pdf Type: application/pdf Size: 777775 bytes Desc: not available URL: From barry.h.lynn at gmail.com Wed Mar 20 00:15:06 2024 From: barry.h.lynn at gmail.com (Barry Lynn) Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2024 08:15:06 +0200 Subject: [ncl-talk] My label bar labels fall off the bottom of the page In-Reply-To: References: Message-ID: These changes made a difference, although I don't think the margin setting did anything. The spacing is not ideal, of course. pnlres at lbTitleDirection = "Across" ; title direction pnlres at pmLabelBarWidthF = 0.55 pnlres at pmLabelBarHeightF = 0.15 pnlres at lbTopMarginF = 0.001 pnlres at pmLabelBarOrthogonalPosF = 0.018 ; position wrt plot pnlres at lbLabelOffsetF = 0.01 pnlres at lbTitleOffsetF = -0.70;closer to pnlres at gsnMaximize = True pnlres at gsnPaperMargin = 1.2 On Wed, Mar 20, 2024 at 7:18?AM Barry Lynn wrote: > Hi: > > My label bar labels do not appear. I've tried various approaches. The > offset parameter doesn't seem to change anything. Nor does setting the > paper margin. So, I can't see the title of the label bar as well. > > Here are some settings. > > pnlres at lbTitleDirection = "Across" ; title direction > > pnlres at pmLabelBarWidthF = 0.55 > > pnlres at pmLabelBarHeightF = 0.15 > > pnlres at lbTopMarginF = 0.001 > > pnlres at pmLabelBarOrthogonalPosF = 0.05 ; position wrt plot > > pnlres at pmLabelBarOrthogonalPosF = 0.02 ; position wrt plot > > pnlres at lbLabelOffsetF = 0.1 > > pnlres at lbTitleOffsetF = -0.52; > > pnlres at lbBoxSeparatorLinesOn = False > > ; pnlres at amJust = "BottomRight" > > pnlres at amJust = "TopLeft" > > pnlres at gsnPanelFigureStringsFontHeightF = 0.0100 > > pnlres at gsnMaximize = True > > pnlres at gsnPaperMargin = 0.8 > > -- > > Barry H. 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Best, Adam On Wed, Mar 20, 2024 at 12:15?AM Barry Lynn via ncl-talk < ncl-talk at mailman.ucar.edu> wrote: > These changes made a difference, although I don't think the margin setting > did anything. > > The spacing is not ideal, of course. > > pnlres at lbTitleDirection = "Across" ; title direction > > pnlres at pmLabelBarWidthF = 0.55 > > pnlres at pmLabelBarHeightF = 0.15 > > pnlres at lbTopMarginF = 0.001 > > pnlres at pmLabelBarOrthogonalPosF = 0.018 ; position wrt plot > > pnlres at lbLabelOffsetF = 0.01 > > pnlres at lbTitleOffsetF = -0.70;closer to > > pnlres at gsnMaximize = True > > pnlres at gsnPaperMargin = 1.2 > > On Wed, Mar 20, 2024 at 7:18?AM Barry Lynn wrote: > >> Hi: >> >> My label bar labels do not appear. I've tried various approaches. The >> offset parameter doesn't seem to change anything. Nor does setting the >> paper margin. So, I can't see the title of the label bar as well. >> >> Here are some settings. >> >> pnlres at lbTitleDirection = "Across" ; title direction >> >> pnlres at pmLabelBarWidthF = 0.55 >> >> pnlres at pmLabelBarHeightF = 0.15 >> >> pnlres at lbTopMarginF = 0.001 >> >> pnlres at pmLabelBarOrthogonalPosF = 0.05 ; position wrt plot >> >> pnlres at pmLabelBarOrthogonalPosF = 0.02 ; position wrt plot >> >> pnlres at lbLabelOffsetF = 0.1 >> >> pnlres at lbTitleOffsetF = -0.52; >> >> pnlres at lbBoxSeparatorLinesOn = False >> >> ; pnlres at amJust = "BottomRight" >> >> pnlres at amJust = "TopLeft" >> >> pnlres at gsnPanelFigureStringsFontHeightF = 0.0100 >> >> pnlres at gsnMaximize = True >> >> pnlres at gsnPaperMargin = 0.8 >> >> -- >> >> Barry H. Lynn, Ph.D >> Senior Scientist, Lecturer, >> The Institute of Earth Sciences, >> The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, >> Givat Ram, Jerusalem 91904, Israel >> Tel: 972 547 231 170 >> Fax: (972)-25662581 >> >> Weather It Is, LTD >> Weather and Climate Focus >> https://weather-it-is.com >> Jerusalem, Israel >> Local: 02 930 9525 >> Cell: 054 7 231 170 >> Int-IS: x972 2 930 9525 >> >> > > -- > > Barry H. 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