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Change the “Constraints” to specify a subset of the data. Change the “Graph Settings” as desired. Press “Redraw the Graph”.
If you want, you can create these URLs by hand or have a computer program do it. See the “Bypass this form” link below. The data may be used and redistributed for free but is not intended for legal use, since it may contain inaccuracies.
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The constraints determine which rows of data from the original table are included in the results table. The constraints are applied to each row of the original table. If all the constraints 3171 to true for a given row, that row is included in the results table. Constraints can be applied to any variable, not just the variables you download.
TableDAP supports some server-side functions that modify the filetjpe results table. Currently, each of the functions takes the results table as input and returns the table with the same columns in the same order, but the order of the rows, the number of rows, or data on the rows, is altered.
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If you use more than one function, they will be applied in the order that they appear in the request. So you should usually include constraints e. To use an orderBy To not use any orderBy For example, orderBy “stationID, time” will sort the results primarily by stationID and secondarily by time. Within each sort group, only the rows closest to the interval will be kept.
For example, orderByClosest “stationID, time, 2 hours” will sort by stationID and time, but only return the rows for each stationID where the last orderBy column time are closest to 2 hour intervals. For example, orderByCount “stationID” will sort by stationID and return one row for each stationID, with a count of the number of non-missing-values for each variable.
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Within each sort group, only the row with the maximum value for the last orderByMax variable will be kept. Within each sort group, only the row with the minimum value and the row with the maximum value for the last orderByMinMax variable will be kept. For example, orderByMinMax “stationID, time” will return the row with the minimum time value and the row with the maximum time value for each stationID.
Most of the time, leave this blank so that all of the data will be visible and the Y axis will have an appropriate range. But if you are comparing multiple graphs, set this to a specific value so the graphs all have the same range. Make sure the range is big enough to show all of the data!
Bypass This Form tabledap lets you request a graph or data by sending a specially formed URL to the server. The URL identifies a dataset, the desired file type for the response, the subset of data that you want to view, and other graph specifications.
This form simplifies this task: For more information on forming the URLs, click on the Bypass this form link to see the tabledap documentation. String constraint values MUST be in double quotes, e. Server-side Functions TableDAP supports some server-side functions that modify the data results table. Redraw the Graph Please be patient. It may take a while to filegype the data. Then set the File Type: Then click here to download the data in the specified File Type.
Click on the map to specify a new center point. Or, click just outside the map to see a map of the adjacent area. You can zoom way in very quickly by alternately: Then click on an arrow filetyoe to the right to apply the change.