I have modeling outputs (.avrg files) for the 2016 year which I converted to .nc files and the used COMBINE tool to get only one file for that year.
How can I plot an average concentration plot (like the attached plot) for the whole U.S. and only one State (ex. Arkansas) for the PM2.5 and other pollutants using AMET v1.4? [ an example plot what I am looking is
Texas’s Regional Haze plot- Attached)
AMET does not produce tile plots such as the ones you posted since all of its analysis and plotting functions work off of observation/model pairs produced by sitecmp and sitecmp_dailyo3.
To generate tile plots, you can use VERDI or you can work with software packages like R, python, NCL, or MATLAB. To generate I/O API files with various temporal averages (e.g. seasonal averages) from your annual file with hourly data, you could use m3tproc that is part of m3tools.
Sorry for the late reply. Thank you so much for the response. I am having similar issues that are No data starting at... in M3TPROC mentioned here.
I can see from the comment on that link, that bug is already fixed. How do I get that tool to work?. I have installed ioapi3.2 (with m3tools) early this year. To get updated m3tproc, Do I need a fresh install of the ioapi3.2, Or I can install m3tproc separately (If it is , would you please provide me link to know how to download and built it?