Describes the intermediate grid to which the transform is performed.
It may be coincident with the target grid, in which case there isn't a second interpolation and the transform to the target grid is direct. For other keywords controlling the interpolation see the diagram below.
intgrid values are
Disables any intermediate grid before interpolation, i.e. the transform will go directly to what has been specified with keyword GRID.
Disables any truncation before the transformation
In case a rotation is requested, INTGRID=NONE is ignored and defaults to INTGRID=AUTO.
|AUTO||An intermediate FULL Gaussian grid is used, derived from the target GRID, by looking at the equivalent resolution. This is the default behaviour.|
Specifies a Gaussian grid name like F80, O80, N80, N640 etc. (like [FNO][1-9][0-9]*), supported by the MARS client. Specifies the intermediate grid, e.g. O96 for an Octahedral Gaussian with 96 lines between Pole and Equator.
|SOURCE||Sets the intermediate grid to Octahedral Gaussian with N=(cubic relation from input truncation)=T+1, e.g. from input T1279 INTGRID=SOURCE(=O1280)|
|OFF||Reserved MARS value that resets the value inherited, effectively removing the keyword from the request which then results in |
This keyword cannot be specified. Behaviour is the same as the default for MARS, i.e. AUTO.