[python-users] MetPy 0.10.0 Released


MetPy 0.10.0 has been released:

* `potential_vorticity_baroclinic` was changed to take all 3D variables,
with dimensions ordered: vertical, y, x.
* MetPy has gained a simplified plotting interface designed to mimic that
of GEMPAK. It uses a handful of objects on which users set attributes to
values to control the plot, requiring data in an xarray `DataArray` or
`Dataset`. See MetPy's plotting examples (
https://unidata.github.io/MetPy/latest/examples/index.html#plotting) for
more information.
* MetPy's xarray accessor now has its own versions of `loc` and `sel` that
accept unit-ed values.
* Added  an n-point soothing function
* `moist_lapse` and `dry_lapse` now accept an arbitrary starting
(reference) pressure value.
* `potential_vorticity_baroclinic` now works with data either on isobaric
or isentropic surfaces.
* MetPy now has state borders that match the boundaries of the county
* `SkewT` instances can now be created at an arbitrary rectangular location
within a figure.
* MetPy's calculations have been adjusted so that the values of constants
can be overridden by changing the values in the `constants` module.


@akrherz, @JoyMonteiro, @jthielen, @kgoebber, @mendezr, @tsupinie,
@vardan10, @jrleeman, and @dopplershift contributed code to this release.

For full release notes see the GitHub release page.

MetPy packages are available for Conda on the conda-forge channel
and for pip from the Python Package Index.

Let us know if you run into any problems, either at MetPy issue tracker,
using support-python@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, or on
this list.

You can also ask questions using the "MetPy" tag on Stack Overflow.


Ryan May, Ph.D.
Software Engineer
Boulder, CO
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