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Commit 7210097c authored by Pierre Cazenave's avatar Pierre Cazenave

Fix the way the u and v data are extracted from the model to use the

relevant element ID instead of the node ID.
parent 815a77eb
......@@ -21,8 +21,14 @@ function [Mobj] = add_stations_list(Mobj,Positions,Names,Dist)
% ensure Dist is in those units.
% Mobj = Matlab mesh object with an additional cell array containing id,
% x, y, nodelist, depth and station name.
% Mobj = Matlab mesh object with an additional cell array (stations)
% containing:
% {id, x, y, nodelist, depth, 'station name', elem}
% where id is the station ID (from 1 number of valid stations, x and y
% are the coordinates of the station, nodelist is the indices of the
% model grid nodes, depth is the depth at the grid node, station name is
% a string of the name from the input file and eleme is the grid element
% ID closest to each station.
% Mobj = add_stations_list(Mobj, [-5.54, 50.103; -3.0865, 58.441], ...
......@@ -31,9 +37,11 @@ function [Mobj] = add_stations_list(Mobj,Positions,Names,Dist)
% Author(s):
% Pierre Cazenave (Plymouth Marine Laboratory)
% Revision history
% 2012-11-30 First version.
% 2015-01-14 Add support for exporting the element ID closest to the
% station of interest (as well as the node ID which was already there).
% Fix some formatting issues.
subname = 'add_stations_list';
......@@ -74,10 +82,11 @@ else
inc = 1;
out = cell(nPos, 1);
out = cell(1); % don't preallocate as we don't know how many we'll have
for s=1:nPos
[node, dist] = find_nearest_pt(Positions(s, cols(1)), Positions(s, cols(2)), Mobj);
[~, elem] = min(abs(sqrt((Mobj.xc - Positions(s, cols(1))).^2 + Mobj.yc - Positions(s, cols(2))).^2));
if dist >= Dist
% Skip out for this station
......@@ -86,7 +95,7 @@ for s=1:nPos
out{inc} = {inc, Positions(s, cols(1)), Positions(s, cols(2)), node, Mobj.h(node), Names{s}};
out{inc} = {inc, Positions(s, cols(1)), Positions(s, cols(2)), node, Mobj.h(node), Names{s}, elem};
inc = inc + 1;
......@@ -65,6 +65,10 @@ function write_FVCOM_probes(nml_file, interval, probes)
% Revision history:
% 2014-02-10 - First version.
% 2015-01-14 - Fix export of the u and v locations to use the closest
% element instead of the node ID. Using the node ID for the u and v data
% will yield velocity time series miles away from the actual location of
% interest.
......@@ -103,7 +107,11 @@ for p = 1:np
file = fullfile(pathstr, name);
fprintf(f, '&NML_PROBE\n');
fprintf(f, ' PROBE_INTERVAL = "seconds=%.1f",\n', interval);
if any(strcmpi(vname, {'u', 'v'}))
fprintf(f, ' PROBE_LOCATION = %i,\n', probes.(fnames{p}).elem);
fprintf(f, ' PROBE_LOCATION = %i,\n', probes.(fnames{p}).node);
fprintf(f, ' PROBE_TITLE = "%s",\n', file);
% If we've got something which is vertically resolved, output the
% vertical levels.
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