Commit ca97baa4 authored by Uwe Schulzweida's avatar Uwe Schulzweida
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Docu update

parent 3d642e8f
......@@ -9,6 +9,8 @@ Version 1.7.0 (28 October 2015):
* distgrid: added support for curvilinear grids
* collgrid: added support for curvilinear grids
New operators:
* remapycon: First order conservative remapping (new implementation of remapcon)
* genycon: Generate 1st order conservative remap weights (new implementation of gencon)
* setmisstonn: Set missing value to nearest neightbor
* ap2pl: Interpolate 3D variables on hybrid sigma height coordinates to pressure levels
* vertstd1: Vertical standard deviation [Divisor is (n-1)]
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......@@ -460,7 +460,7 @@ Operator catalog:
Remapcon2 gencon2 Generate 2nd order conservative remap weights
Remaplaf remaplaf Largest area fraction remapping
Remaplaf genlaf Generate largest area fraction remap weights
Remap remap SCRIP grid remapping
Remap remap Grid remapping
Remapeta remapeta Remap vertical hybrid level
Vertint ml2pl Model to pressure level interpolation
Vertint ml2hl Model to height level interpolation
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@BeginModule
@NewPage
@Name = Remap
@Title = SCRIP grid remapping
@Title = Grid remapping
@Section = Interpolation
@Class = Interpolation
@Arguments = ifile ofile
......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
@BeginOperator_remap
@Title = SCRIP grid remapping
@Title = Grid remapping
@Parameter = grid weights
@BeginDescription
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ This operator remaps all input fields to a new horizontal grid. The remap type a
the interpolation weights of one input grid are read from a netCDF file. More weights
are computed if the input fields are on different grids. The netCDF file with the
weights should follow the @ref{SCRIP} convention. Normally these weights come from
a previous call to module @mod{GENWEIGHTS} or were created by the original SCRIP package.
a previous call to one of the genXXX operators (e.g. @mod{genbil}) or were created by the original SCRIP package.
@EndDescription
@EndOperator
......@@ -50,12 +50,6 @@ Remap search radius in degree, default 180 degree.
@EndEnvironment
@BeginNote
For this module the author has converted the original Fortran 90 SCRIP software to
ANSI C99. If there are any problems send a bug report to CDO and not to SCRIP!
@EndNote
@BeginExample
Say @file{ifile} contains fields on a quadrilateral curvilinear grid.
To remap all fields bilinear to a Gaussian N32 grid use:
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......@@ -3675,7 +3675,7 @@ static const char *RemaplafHelp[] = {
static const char *RemapHelp[] = {
"NAME",
" remap - SCRIP grid remapping",
" remap - Grid remapping",
"",
"SYNOPSIS",
" remap,grid,weights ifile ofile",
......@@ -3684,8 +3684,8 @@ static const char *RemapHelp[] = {
" This operator remaps all input fields to a new horizontal grid. The remap type and ",
" the interpolation weights of one input grid are read from a netCDF file. More weights ",
" are computed if the input fields are on different grids. The netCDF file with the ",
" weights should follow the SCRIP convention. Normally these weights come from ",
" a previous call to module GENWEIGHTS or were created by the original SCRIP package.",
" weights should follow the SCRIP convention. Normally these weights come from",
" a previous call to one of the genXXX operators (e.g. genbil) or were created by the original SCRIP package.",
"",
"PARAMETER",
" grid STRING Target grid description file or name",
......@@ -3707,10 +3707,6 @@ static const char *RemapHelp[] = {
" of this variable is 0.0.",
" CDO_REMAP_RADIUS ",
" Remap search radius in degree, default 180 degree.",
"",
"NOTE",
" For this module the author has converted the original Fortran 90 SCRIP software to",
" ANSI C99. If there are any problems send a bug report to CDO and not to SCRIP!",
NULL
};
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