load "$NCARG_ROOT/lib/ncarg/nclscripts/csm/contributed.ncl" function f2gsh_Wrap ( grid : numeric, outdims  : integer, twave  : integer ) return_val : float or double
An array of 2 or more dimensions whose rightmost two dimensions must be latitude x longitude. The values must be in ascending latitude order.outdims
An array indicating the dimensions of the rightmost two dimensions of the output grid (outdims = nlatb, outdims = nlonb).twave
A scalar integer indicating the optional wave truncation:
twave = 0 => exact interpolation
twave > 0 => exact interpolation and triangular truncation at twave
twave < 0 => exact interpolation, triangular truncation at twave and spectral coefficient tapering (the effect is to smooth the data)
The return array's dimensions are the same as grid's dimensions, except the rightmost two dimensions, nlata and nlona, are replaced by nlatb and nlonb. The type will be double if the input is double, and float otherwise.
f2gsh_Wrap interpolates a scalar quantity from a fixed grid to a Gaussian grid (with optional truncation) using spherical harmonics (via the Spherepack code). Values will be in ascending latitude order.
If missing values are encountered in a 2D subsection of the input array, then no interpolation will be performed on that 2D array, and the corresponding 2D subsection of the return array will be filled with missing values.
Arrays which have dimensions [...] x nlata x nlona should not include the cyclic (wrap-around) points when invoking this function. For example, if an array x has dimensions nlata = 64 and nlona = 129, where the "129" represents the cyclic point, then the user should pass the data to f2gsh_Wrap via:
z = f2gsh_Wrap ( x(...,0:nlona-2), twave ) ; does not include cyclic points
This function can only be used on grids that span the globe. It cannot be used for limited area grids.
Please read the caveats that you should be aware of when using spherical harmonic regridding.
This function is identical to the built-in function f2gsh except it retains metadata.
Assume x is dimensioned nt x nlat x nlon. The code below interpolate from a fixed 2.5 degree grid (nlat=73, nlon=144) to a Gaussian "T42" grid (jlat=64,ilon=128) with triangular truncation at wave 42:
X = f2gsh_Wrap (x, (/jlat,ilon/), 42) ; ==> X(nt,jlat,ilon)
ier is equal to:
4 or 10 if nlona is less than 4
5 or 10 if nlata is less than 3
8 if nlonb is less than 4
9 if nlatb is less than 3