using QGIS 3.2 ... Here are the steps that I followed:
1) Used NCRA (NCO) to generate average dewpoint temperatures for given months in given years (calculating the meteorological seasonal average) 2) Used gdal_translate (command line) to create .TIF files to use in QGIS.
- Filename: dewps_fall_1980_1989.nc
- Subdataset: dpt
- Target PRS: 102004 (USA LCC)
I used the following command-line:
gdal_translate -a_srs EPSG:102004 -of Gtiff NETCDF:dewps_fall_1980_1989.nc:dpt test_new3.tif
It creates the look of the output I want, but it is astronomically smaller than my map despite my PRS settings being correct.
Any ideas? Heres a look at the properties box for the .TIF. Maybe the problem is with the extents? Not sure.
But when I just simply try to export it as a new TIF, correcting the extents to my map (just to try) it always says that it is an unsupported data source and doesn't even create the exported file.