MetPy 0.12.0 Released

MetPy 0.12.0 has been released with several features and fixes, including METAR decoding and mixed-layer CAPE calculation. This is the first release that only supports Python 3.

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Community Survey:
How Do You Use Unidata Software?

Unidata Users

As a community-governed program, Unidata depends on guidance and feedback from educators, researchers, and students in the atmospheric and related sciences. The 2020 Unidata Community Survey seeks your feedback the range of data analysis and visualization software packages maintained and supported by Unidata staff. Your comments and ideas will help Unidata's governing committees and staff plan our future development activities more effectively; your participation is much appreciated.

The survey gives you a chance to describe and comment on your use of Unidata's various data analysis and visualization software packages. We'd love to hear your thoughts on how we're doing and what we can do better.

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Unidata Update: December 2019

Happy New Year, everyone! In case you missed it — here's a recap of news from the Unidata Program Center for the month of December, 2019.

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Unidata Staff at AMS 2020 Meeting

AMS

Members of the Unidata Program Center staff will be attending the 100th annual American Meteorology Society meeting, 12-16 January 2020 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

Things are a little different with the Unidata booth in the Exhibit hall this year. Unidata staff will be spending time at the larger, combined UCAR/NCAR booth (#309) — stop by to talk with us and see what else is happening at UCAR. The booth will feature live, hands-on demonstrations of Unidata software and services, including a look at the current state of the AWIPS, IDV, MetPy, and THREDDS Data Server packages. As always, you can talk with the developers about what's coming up and what you'd like to see.

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NetCDF operators (NCO) version 4.9.1

Version 4.9.1 of the netCDF Operators (NCO) has been released. NCO is an Open Source package that consists of a dozen standalone, command-line programs that take netCDF files as input, then operate (e.g., derive new data, average, print, hyperslab, manipulate metadata) and output the results to screen or files in text, binary, or netCDF formats.

The NCO project is coordinated by Professor Charlie Zender of the Department of Earth System Science, University of California, Irvine. More information about the project, along with binary and source downloads, are available on the SourceForge project page .

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