Trajectory Lat lon

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Max Simus
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Trajectory Lat lon

Post by Max Simus »

Hi there,
I have a question regarding the trajectory coordination from the cluster.
Let's say I have 5 trajectories calculated by cluster run, and called a, b, c, and d and f.
Trajectory (a) is 68% and directed to the southwest. Now, what I would like to know is the lat long coordinates of that line/trajectory (a) to the southwest from the cluster run. May I ask you please how to find the lat long of the origin of the trajectory not the station that I have already injected to the model?
Thank you, Max
barbara.stunder
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Re: Trajectory Lat lon

Post by barbara.stunder »

With each step of the cluster process running in the GUI, you can look at your cluster working folder and see the file(s) that are created. Specifically you are looking for files named CN_Mmean.tdump, where N is the cluster number (what you are calling "a"), and M is the number of clusters.
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