This function is used to call the NCAR 3.2 Fortran function IDSFFT.
function idsfft( dim0[*]:float, dim1[*]:float, values[*]:float, dimensions:integer )
NOTE: This function no longer exits when an error occurs.
idsfft returns a float array sized by the values specified in the dimensions parameter. The range of coordinates are determined by taking the min and max values of dim0 and dim1, and dividing the range by the size of the requested dimension. The dim0 values define the coordinate range of the first dimension (dimension #0) of the output array, and the dim1 values determine the coordinate range of the second dimension (dimension #1). The output variable returned contains the derived coordinate variables (See Coordinate variables description). Dimension 0 of the output is named "ncl0" and dimension 1 of the output is named "ncl1". For more information, see the NCAR Graphics Version 3.2 man page for IDSFFT.
NG4.1 Home, Index, Examples, Glossary, Feedback, Ref Contents, Ref WhereAmI?