4.10.4 Doing More with Profiler Displays
How to merge Profiler winds with other upper air data in one display.
Choices of numbers of stations, background maps,
map projection, wind barb size, and vertical interval can
make Profiler displays which range from very sparse to very
complex. Work with just the data you want to see and try
different choices to bring out the best of the Profiler data.
- Use Data Projection
- Click on the
menu item in the control window.
- The display is remapped to show the data in its native data projection.
This is very useful for Profiler plots if your previous
projection was not suitable for
showing the data. For example, if you were looking at model output
over North America before you looked at Profiler, and the
was not checked on, the Profiler display is very small.
- Make a 3D View of Profiler winds from a few stations, in
its own projection.
- Click off the menu item ,
so other data put in this display does not alter the projection.
- Select a data source of model output, for the same time and area.
- Make a display from the model analysis
of wind barbs at upper air levels.
- Use time animation, and viewpoint rotation, to compare the wind data
from two sources.
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