Some problems about grid by using pycnal

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Vera
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Some problems about grid by using pycnal

#1 Post by Vera » Tue May 02, 2017 1:55 am

I am trying to make a grid by using pycnal(make_Yellow_grd_v1.py), but the first question is, when I use the Boundary Interactor to generate a orthogonal curve grid, I can't get a right bathymetry while rectangular grid can. Is it because the pycnal can only generate the rectangular grids or there's something else I do wrong?

The second question is, when I make a rectangle grid by using map.coastsegs, the upper left corner can't be masked correctly.
ps: my system is Ubuntu 16.04.
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Some problems about grid by using pycnal

#2 Post by kate » Tue May 02, 2017 5:31 am

Someone is working on redoing the whole pycnal grid generation business. The goal is to get rid of the curvilinear feature so that no external modules need to be compiled and loaded at run time, since that is really problematic.

I make my grids a different way, an old-fashioned way, so I haven't been in there fixing things.

For the land mask issue, someone reported on a fix for it just last week. I didn't push the fix yet, so look for it here.

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Re: Some problems about grid by using pycnal

#3 Post by Vera » Tue May 02, 2017 7:18 am

Thanks a lot, Kate.

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