# WorldCrop

## DESCRIPTION

Crops and extends a uniform or perimeter lattice
containing a global dataset to fit the desired
coordinate range. For example a global dataset
with longitude from -180 to 180 could be cropped from
0 to 90, 0 to 360, or 0 to 450.
Does nothing if any minimum value is greater than its corresponding maximum.
## INPUTS

**Lattice 1**
- Type:
- Lattice
- Optional:
- This port is optional
- Constraints:
- 2..3-D.
uniform..perimeter.

First lattice to crop.
**Lattice 2**
- Type:
- Lattice
- Optional:
- This port is optional
- Constraints:
- 2..3-D.
uniform..perimeter.

Second lattice to crop.
**Lattice 3**
- Type:
- Lattice
- Optional:
- This port is optional
- Constraints:
- 2..3-D.
uniform..perimeter.

Third lattice to crop.

## WIDGETS

**x Min**
- Type:
- Text

Minimum in x (longitude) direction.
**x Max**
- Type:
- Text

Maximum in x (longitude) direction.
**y Min**
- Type:
- Text

Minimum in y (latitude) direction.
**y Max**
- Type:
- Text

Maximum in y (latitude) direction.
**z Min**
- Type:
- Text

Minimum in z direction.
**z Max**
- Type:
- Text

Maximum in z direction.

## OUTPUTS

**Lattice 1**
- Type:
- Lattice
- Constraints:
- 2..3-D.
uniform..perimeter.

Cropped first lattice.
**Lattice 2**
- Type:
- Lattice
- Constraints:
- 2..3-D.
uniform..perimeter.

Cropped second lattice.
**Lattice 3**
- Type:
- Lattice
- Constraints:
- 2..3-D.
uniform..perimeter.

Cropped third lattice.

## PROBLEMS

None.
## SEEALSO

jcphill@uiuc.edu