Hey there, i´ve a nice problem which annoys me for some days and i didn´t found a solution. Hopefully anyone can help me with it. But now to the problem:
I tried to import netcdf-files with the "Make NetCDF Raster Layer"-Tool in ArcGIS 10, also with the arcpy-module. As a result, i get a strange result, looks like a 2-step-interpolation. I reinstalled ArcGIS a view times, tried the two different servicepacks (the second one is worser than the first, because i can´t classify the data with sp2, but without a sp or sp1 it´s possible), all with the same result. The files itself are correct, and on the computers of my collegues the importing works. Tried different python-versions because i thought the problem might be with python: also no difference. But here´s the result:
UPDATE It seem´s that the problem isn´t the importing function of netCDF, it´s the raster-displaying. An imported raster-picture looks like this: The center is interpolated, the coast (lower right in the picture) are the normal pixels.