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 Post subject: SCRIPT: Jet Stream 500
PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2005 9:11 pm 
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Tim had asked us to post scripts so I, being new to scripting (and I'm sure there are many others) will post several for others to use and comment on. All that you need to do is cut and paste into a text editor (MS NotePad works well) and save it as a ".dsf" file. Good luck!

Greg Higgins


ANALYZE,OVER FILL COLOR=255:255:000 GRTN=75 OVER FILL COLOR=206:255:000 GRTN=70 OVER FILL COLOR=127:255:000 GRTN=65 OVER FILL COLOR=000:255:179 GRTN=60 OVER FILL COLOR=000:255:255 GRTN=55 OVER FILL COLOR=000:230:255 GRTN=50 OVER FILL COLOR=000:204:255 GRTN=45 OVER FILL COLOR=000:163:255 GRTN=40 OVER FILL COLOR=000:115:255 GRTN=35 OVER FILL COLOR=000:074:255 GRTN=30 OVER FILL COLOR=000:000:255 GRTN=25 SADC=1:00 STOR=1 VKNT WSPD H500
ANALYZE,OVER FILL COLOR=255:079:000 GRTN=105 OVER FILL COLOR=255:127:000 GRTN=100 OVER FILL COLOR=255:153:000 GRTN=95 OVER FILL COLOR=255:174:000 GRTN=90 OVER FILL COLOR=255:204:000 GRTN=85 OVER FILL COLOR=255:230:000 GRTN=80 SADC=1:00 STOR=1 VKNT WSPD H500
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Analyze,VECT COLOR=221:0:0 WIND H500
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PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2005 4:02 am 
Thanks for the 500mb script, Greg! Looks rather good.

Pat


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 Post subject: Scripting
PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 3:36 pm 
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Greg,

I'm new to scripting as well as Digital Atmosphere. Can you tell me how to run the script once I've created it? Thanks.

Bob Round


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 4:42 pm 
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Just do the following:

1. Click the 'scripting' tab at top-leftof the DAWS screen
2. Click the 'Run' button
3. Navigate to the '.dsf' file you have saved
4. Double-click the filename to open it.

Les


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2006 8:40 pm 
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Is there a way to make the arrow (wind lines) smaller?

There may be something I can change in the program?

Thanks


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2006 8:50 pm 
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beaudodson wrote:
Is there a way to make the arrow (wind lines) smaller?

There may be something I can change in the program?

Thanks


Hi, Beau.

Nope ... short and sweet:)

Edit: You may want to give streamlines a try. Or maybe even barbs - but these looked a little scrunched together on small scale maps, but at least they shouldn't overlap each other.

Pat


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