In case you missed it — here's a recap of news from the Unidata Program Center for the month of November, 2021.
UCAR continues to follow physical distancing guidelines, and Unidata Program Center staff are continuing to work from home at this time. We're all still available by e-mail and other electronic means to help with your data and software needs. Please don't hesitate to write to us if there is something we can do to help keep your science up and running.
Upcoming deadlines to be aware of:
|30 November||Unidata Community Survey|
Highlights from last month:
This Tip dives into more capabilities of python-awips! Previously, we've discussed how to access model data and how to access and write out specific GOES imagery. Today, we're switching gears slightly from meteorological data, to focus on how to access and use map data.
This Tip is about how to use CAVE's NSHARP Display tool for viewing sounding data.
The American Geophysical Union will be conducting a hybrid in-person and virtual conference for its 2021 Fall meeting, December 13-17 2021, with live events taking place in New Orleans, LA. Some Unidata staff will be there in person, others will be presenting remotely. Check the schedule to see what's happening.
On the Developer's Blog
Unidata Program Center developers write regularly on technical topics on the Unidata Developer's Blog. In November, five Mondays mean five installments of MetPy Mondays, covering working with KMZ and KML files and calculating the Showalter index.