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AWIPS Tips: Saving User Configurations Locally

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips!

Today we’re going to walk through the process of saving user configurations and overrides locally. This process can be helpful to have a backup version of these files, if you are connecting to different EDEX servers, or an EDEX server was updated and no longer has your files.

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AWIPS Tips: Using the Text Workstation

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This week we are going to look at how to display a variety of text products generated by Warning Forecast Offices and are available in our AWIPS database. This functionality is new for our release of CAVE and did not previously work in v18.

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AWIPS Tips: Upcoming CentOS7 End of Life

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The AWIPS software was originally developed to run on the RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system. RHEL is not free to use, and because of that NSF Unidata has historically used CentOS as our RHEL operating system of choice.

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AWIPS Tips: Customized Contours

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips!

This week we are going to look at how to customize contours for products in CAVE by changing the styleRules. Customizations include adjusting the color, line type, smoothing, interval, and range by creating a user override of the d2dContourStyleRules.xml file. We will walk through the different options and show an example of a customized contour for model surface temperatures.

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AWIPS Tips: Exploring Satellite Imagery using Python-AWIPS

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips!

This week we’re going to dive into a little bit of python-awips to learn more about what satellite data our EDEX has to offer. If this is your first time joining us, it may be helpful to take a quick glance over some of our previous AWIPS Tips blogs about python-awips. To take a deeper look into satellite data, we’ll be highlighting some of the features and cells of the Satellite Imagery example notebook.

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