[python #IAS-878726]: County boundaries on radar image
- Subject: [python #IAS-878726]: County boundaries on radar image
- Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2018 23:29:53 -0700
I don't. Do you have a cities as a text file? If so, it should be easy to load
in Python; then you could plot their text names using MetPy's station plot:
If you have a shape file, I'm not sure how to pull things apart. Feel free to
request that as an example here:
> Hi again Ryan,
> Do you have an example that plots cities as well?
> -- Matt
> address@hidden> wrote:
> > Matt,
> > We don't have any way to do this right now that is as simple, though it's
> > on the list:
> > https://github.com/Unidata/MetPy/issues/447
> > Feel free to comment there if it's important to you that we include such
> > functionality.
> > CartoPy has the ability to display arbitrary shape files, but it's making
> > access to the shape file simple that is the hold up.
> > Here's an example notebook that shows displaying radar data against our
> > own copy of a county borders shape file:
> > https://github.com/Unidata/unidata-python-workshop/blob/
> > master/failing_notebooks/Siphon%20Radar%20Server.ipynb
> > It *should* be straightforward to adapt that to display any of the shape
> > files in e.g. AWIPS. Feel free to write back if you can't quite make it
> > work.
> > Ryan
Ticket ID: IAS-878726
Department: Support Python
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