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  • in reply to: Bad Allocation #16514

    aambrozio
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    Hi Dianne,

    What products are you using for calculating the SSH?

  • in reply to: Obtaining point-wise SLA from gridded altimetry data #16485

    aambrozio
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    Dear Survix,

    You can extrapolate the values at your points of interest.

    As an example, using the coordinates you provided , and using the product ESACCI-SEALEVEL-L4-MSLA-MERGED-20151215000000-fv02.nc from the SL_cci dataset V2.0_20161205:

    1. Create a dataset and load your product
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    2. Optionally, create a spatial filter around your area of interest, to limit the amount of data being processed
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    3. Select the variable of interest. In this example it’s SLA. And finally, this is the important step, in sampling select LOESS_EXTRAPOLATE, the limits of the area you want to resample, number of steps, and cut-off values (check BRAT’s manual, section ‘4.3.5.4.6. Sampling’, page 55, for more information)
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    4. Execute your operation and see the results
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    5. You can just see the extrapolated values or you can export the results to NetCDF, ASCII, …
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    I hope this helped.

  • in reply to: Bad Allocation #16311

    aambrozio
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    Hi Nozhan,

    Could you provide the following information:

    1. Operating system and version
    2. BRAT version
    3. List of Envisat products

    Thanks,
    Américo

  • in reply to: Calculate Significant Wave Hight using BRAT #15672

    aambrozio
    Participant

    Hi Ben,

    Do you suspect that something is wrong with the results shown in your SWH charts?

    You can send your charts to altimetry.info@esa.int, plus the input data and formulas used to generate them.

    Kind regards

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