Wind barb plot for a single station data

Hello all,

the routine barbs(x,y,u,v) in basemap plots a regular 2-dimensional vector field for a geographic projection.

What I want is a barb-routine that plots single station wind data (and not fields!) at their approriate lat,lon or x,y-position like in a station plot on a synoptic weather-chart. I googled and searched a while, but I could not find a solution within basemap for that.

Can you help me?

Thanks, Foehn

Hello all,

the routine barbs(x,y,u,v) in basemap plots a regular 2-dimensional
vector field for a geographic projection.

What I want is a barb-routine that plots single station wind data (and
not fields!) at their approriate lat,lon or x,y-position like in a
station plot on a synoptic weather-chart. I googled and searched a
while, but I could not find a solution within basemap for that.

There is no requirement that the arguments be on a grid; x, y, u, and v can simply be 1-D arrays with the desired locations and values.

basemap's barbs is a mapping wrapper around matplotlib's Axes.barbs() method, so you can use either one depending on whether you want to plot on a map projection or on some other x,y coordinates.

Eric

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On 2015/03/25 7:08 AM, Foehn wrote:

Can you help me?

Thanks, Foehn

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Sometimes the solution is embarrassing simple.
Thanks a lot, I did not get that before :slight_smile:

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Am 2015-03-25 um 19:50 schrieb Eric Firing:

On 2015/03/25 7:08 AM, Foehn wrote:

Hello all,

the routine barbs(x,y,u,v) in basemap plots a regular 2-dimensional
vector field for a geographic projection.

What I want is a barb-routine that plots single station wind data (and
not fields!) at their approriate lat,lon or x,y-position like in a
station plot on a synoptic weather-chart. I googled and searched a
while, but I could not find a solution within basemap for that.

There is no requirement that the arguments be on a grid; x, y, u, and v
can simply be 1-D arrays with the desired locations and values.

basemap's barbs is a mapping wrapper around matplotlib's Axes.barbs()
method, so you can use either one depending on whether you want to plot
on a map projection or on some other x,y coordinates.

Eric

Can you help me?

Thanks, Foehn

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