Creates and draws a vector plot over a polar stereographic map.
load "$NCARG_ROOT/lib/ncarg/nclscripts/csm/gsn_code.ncl" load "$NCARG_ROOT/lib/ncarg/nclscripts/csm/gsn_csm.ncl" function gsn_csm_vector_map_polar ( wks  : graphic, u [*][*] : numeric, v [*][*] : numeric, res  : logical ) return_val  : graphic
The u and v data for the vector plot; must be two-dimensional.res
A variable containing an optional list of plot resources, attached as attributes. Set to True if you want the attached attributes to be applied, and False if you either don't have any resources to set, or you don't want the resources applied.
A scalar id of the map plot created is returned. The id of the vector plot is returned as an attribute called vector, and the id of the data object is returned as an attribute called data. This is useful if you want to use setvalues to change some data options after this function has been called.
This function creates and draws a vector plot over a polar stereographic map on the given workstation. The default is to show only the northern hemisphere, unless the special resource gsnPolar is set to "SH".
This function puts special longitude labels around the polar map. These labels can be controlled only through a limited set of gsnPolar* resources. To turn off the labels completely, set the resource gsnTickMarksOn to False.
In order for the vectors to be overlaid correctly on the map, please see the document "Overlaying data on a map".
The special resource gsnAddCyclic will be set to True so that a cyclic point will be added to the data. Set this resource to False if your data is not cyclic, or if you have already added the cyclic point in another fashion.
If either u or v have a _FillValue attribute, these values will be used as missing values.
For the map, the following will happen automatically:
- the continents will be colored gray
- the continental outlines will be turned off
- the longitude locations will be labeled
If u has an attribute called "long_name", and gsnLeftString hasn't explicitly been set, then the value of this attribute is used for the left string title.
If u has an attribute called "units", and gsnRightString hasn't explicitly been set, then the value of this attribute is used for the right string title.
To maximize the area that the plot is drawn in, set the special resource gsnMaximize to True.
For some application examples, see: