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AWIPS Tips: Display Capabilities in CAVE

AWIPS Tips

Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! Today’s tip is all about many of the display capabilities in CAVE. When forecasting, you’re looking at geographic scales ranging from hemispheric to local, and datasets such as surface and upper-air observations, numerically predicted forecasts from any number of different models, and potentially many others. In CAVE, you can create and label any number of editors to best suit your forecasting needs.

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MetPy 1.0.1 Released

Version 1.0.1 of MetPy is now available. MetPy is a collection of tools in Python for reading, visualizing, and performing calculations with weather data. The project aims to mesh well with the rest of the scientific Python ecosystem, including the Numpy, Scipy, and Matplotlib projects, adding functionality specific to meteorology.

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AWIPS Tips: Visualizing Data in CAVE

AWIPS Tips

Welcome back to AWIPS Tips! Today we’re exploring data visualization with CAVE. Forecasts aren’t made from a single product alone-- it’s the synthesis of many products that make forecasts robust. CAVE makes it easy to visualize many different datasets using overlays, visibility toggles, panes, and more.

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Welcome to AWIPS Tips!

AWIPS Tips

Hi from the AWIPS team at Unidata, Tiffany Meyer and Shay Carter, and welcome to AWIPS Tips! AWIPS is a free meteorological software package for analyzing and displaying weather data. We're kicking off a biweekly blog series called AWIPS Tips, dedicated to highlighting the capabilities of Unidata AWIPS for research and education. Each series entry will showcase a small task or ability of AWIPS and be archived on the AWIPS Tips blog tag.

Today we’re sharing an overview of the capabilities of AWIPS.

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NetCDF operators (NCO) version 4.9.8

Version 4.9.8 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.

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