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zslice.py
#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""
Slice horizontal layer(s) from CitcomS output (from batchcombine.py).
Also convert the (x, y) coordinate to (lon, lat).

usage:
  zslice(prefix, layer1 [,layer2 [,...]] )
    -- slice the specified layer(s)
       layer# : layer(s) to plot (count from 0)

  zslice(prefix)
    -- slice all layers

  It can be used in the command line as well.

input:
  prefix
outout:
  prefix.z###
"""

all = ('zslice', 'zslicefile')


def zslicefile(prefix, layer):
    return '%s.z%03d' % (prefix, layer)


def zslice(prefix, *ilayers):

    from math import pi
    r2d = 180.0 / pi

    ## open input file and read header
    infile = open(prefix)
    nodex, nodey, nodez = infile.readline().split('x')
    nodez = int(nodez)
    #print nodez, ilayers

    ## validate ilayers
    layers = check_layers(ilayers, nodez)
    nlayer = len(layers)

    ## allocate arrays
    output = range(nlayer)
    lines = range(nodez)

    ## open output files
    for i in range(nlayer):
        zfile = zslicefile(prefix, layers[i])
        output[i] = open(zfile, 'w')

    try:
        while 1:
            ## read nodez lines
            for j in range(nodez):
                lines[j] = infile.readline()

            ## file is empty or EOF?
            if not lines[nodez-1]:
                break

            for i in range(nlayer):
                layer = layers[i]

                ## spilt the first 3 columns only, the rest will be
                ## output as-is
                data = lines[layer].split(' ', 3)
                lat = 90 - float(data[0])*r2d
                lon = float(data[1])*r2d
                output[i].write( '%f %f %s' % (lon, lat, data[3]) )

        infile.close()

    finally:
        for i in range(nlayer):
            output[i].close()


    return



def check_layers(layers, nodez):
    if layers == ():
        ## if empty, we will slice every layer
        layers = range(nodez)
    else:
        ## otherwise, check bounds of layers
        for layer in layers:
            if not (0<= layer < nodez):
                raise ValueError, 'layer out of range (0-%d)' % (nodez - 1)

    return layers



## if run as a script
if __name__ == '__main__':
    import sys

    if len(sys.argv) < 2:
        print __doc__
        sys.exit(1)

    prefix = sys.argv[1]
    layers = [ int(x) for x in sys.argv[2:] ]

    zslice(prefix, *layers)


# version
# $Id$

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