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AWIPS Tips: Use Warngen to Draw Convective Warnings

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! This week we are going to learn how to draw convective warnings in WarnGen. Watch the short video in this entry on how to use WarnGen in AWIPS.

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AWIPS Tips: Create Objective Analysis Plots

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! This week we are looking into creating an objective analysis plot in CAVE by loading both model data and current observations. The display/time options are a bit tricky to set up initially, but once you’ve created the plot, you can save it as a display to easily reload it.

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AWIPS Tips: View WWA Polygons with Python-AWIPS

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! Today we’re going to talk about some more functionality with python-awips! If you aren’t familiar with python-awips, please check out some of our previous blog posts explaining some of the existing functionality. In this edition we are looking at the Watch Warning and Advisory Plotting Jupyter notebook available in the python-awips Data Plotting Examples collection.

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AWIPS Tips: Adding ECMWF Data to EDEX

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! With this entry, we’re going to touch on the topic of adding a new grib product into AWIPS. We’ll be discussing updates that need to be made for both EDEX and CAVE in order to display your new data properly. In order to do this you need to be running your own EDEX server. Most of the recommendations and tips in this blog can be found in our documentation about ingesting new grid data.

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AWIPS Tips: Import Shapefiles in CAVE

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Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! This week we’re diving into another way to display data in CAVE. We’ve gone over some of the more standard ways – through menu items, the volume browser, and the product browser. Today we’ll discuss another option which is available to users: importing a shapefile. For those who aren’t familiar, GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems, and is the discipline of creating, managing, and analyzing geographically referenced data. These data can represent both vector and raster features on a globe, and can be stored in a number of different file types. In CAVE, there is the option to import shapefiles, which contain points, lines, or polygons with associated attributes for each record.

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