The plotting tool can be found under 'Ray-tracing Plot' in the left-side menu.

You can visualize for each existing SuperDARN radar, ray-tracing prediction of range-time distribution of relative power, scattering altitude, elevation angle, refractive index and aspect conditions. The ground scatter is accounted for my simply counting and binning the rays that reach the ground after 1 hop. The ionospheric scatter is a representation of where aspect conditions are satisfied within 1 degree, weighted by background electron densities and range: it should be considered as potential ionospheric scatter. It should be noted that the reliability of the ray-tracing results for a given radar depends greatly on the reliability of IRI in the radar field-of-view: namely, high-latitude radars should not expect to see very good correlation with ray-tracing. However, the North-American mid-latitude radars show very good agreement with ray-tracing results (see de Larquier et al., [2011]).

We appreciate any comments or suggestion you may have on this new tool!