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Exploring Data Visualization Technologies at Unidata

Jhamieka Greenwood
Jhamieka Greenwood

This summer, I had a fantastic time as a Unidata intern, strengthening my Python and data visualization skills. Even though my internship was fully remote, I was still able to have a great experience and attend many events at UCAR. My mentor, Thomas Martin, and the rest of the Unidata staff were very helpful and always available for guidance during my time with Unidata.

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Exploring Python and Open Science: My Summer at Unidata

Erin Rhoades
Erin Rhoades

This summer, I had the incredible opportunity to spend it as a Unidata intern. My main goal for the summer was to solidify my own fundamental Python skills, but I wanted to do it in a way that would also benefit others. My mentor, Drew Camron, and the rest of the Unidata staff dedicated their time to help me achieve this goal during my internship.

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My summer with Java: Implementing dataset enhancements on THREDDS Data Server

Jessica Souza
Jessica Souza

During my internship, I worked with the Unidata THREDDS team. My intentions this summer were to learn Java, improve my coding skills, and have experience using it in real world applications. I began my journey by converting existing unit tests for the netCDF-Java library, which is tightly linked to the THREDDS Data Server (TDS) code, to the JUnit Java testing framework. Once I got this practice with Java and had a working development environment, I was able to start working on my summer project.

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Expanding Declarative Syntax Capabilities in MetPy

Nathaniel Martinez
Nathaniel Martinez

The focus of my summer internship was working on MetPy, both adding new functionality and updating existing documentation to reflect recent updates to MetPy. In particular, I focused on expanding current declarative syntax functionality to Matplotlib’s pcolormesh via the RasterPlot class. Declarative syntax enables quick and easy plotting of data, particularly for users new to Python or MetPy.

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Learn, Design, Develop: My Summer with Unidata AWIPS

Rhoen Fiutak
Rhoen Fiutak

This summer, I worked with Unidata AWIPS (Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System), contributing to educational resources for and outreach within Unidata's user community. Unidata AWIPS supports two visualization frameworks for rendering meteorological and geographic data: CAVE, a graphical user interface (GUI) application, and Python-AWIPS, a programmatic application programming interface (API) for EDEX. Users can learn about each through multiple resources, including blog posts on topical updates and tutorials via AWIPS Tips, eLearning courses like Learn AWIPS CAVE, and examples of data plotting with Python-AWIPS.

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