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nada31
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by nada31 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 3:34 am America/New_York

please, I executed the command mk_matchup.py I have the result Satellite/in situ match-up(s) found
where I can find the resulting file ?? and how to introduce it into the map????

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jpsco
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by jpsco » Thu Dec 13, 2018 7:53 am America/New_York

Hi,
Excellent question!
If you consult the documentation about the command-line mk_matchup.py script in SeaDAS here and here, you will find details about the script, its use, options, and functions explained.
But the short answer is that the satellite matchups are appended as columns of data back to the input SeaBASS file. Once you have run the script and matchups are found with the output exported back to the original SeaBASS data file, you can then use any one of the SeaBASS reader tools (or your favorite text or spreadsheet editor) to open the flat ASCII file to read and plot the in situ data and their corresponding satellite matchups.
Cheers,
Joel

nada31
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by nada31 » Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:35 pm America/New_York

Thank you for your answer
but how represented the points of the txt file in the L2 file card

jpsco
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by jpsco » Mon Dec 17, 2018 7:52 am America/New_York

I do not understand what you mean by "the L2 file card."

If you could provide a more complete explanation of what you are referring to and what you are trying to do and the environment you are working in, I might be able to help further.

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