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MetPy Mondays #38 - Making a Hodograph

On this week's MetPy Monday learn how to make a hodograph!

Timeline for dropping support for Python 2.7

Work in the overall scientific Python ecosystem to sunset Python version 2.7 is underway in earnest, so the time has come for Unidata's Python team to start planning the timeline for our own software (MetPy and Siphon) to do the same. We propose to drop support for Python 2.7 in the Fall of 2019; this means that releases of MetPy and Siphon in the Fall of 2019 will be the first that support only Python 3.

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MetPy Mondays #37 - Twin X-Axes

On this week’s MetPy Monday, learn how to make twin axes with matplotlib!

MetPy Mondays #36 - matplotlib subplots

On this week’s MetPy Monday, learn how to make multiple subplots in a single figure with matplotlib!

MetPy Mondays #35 - matplotlib transforms

On this week’s MetPy Monday, learn how to accurately position text on your matplotlib plots!

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