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[python #TSN-304685]: Operational Use of Metpy?


MetPy is distributed under the BSD-3 license (see our license here: 
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Unidata/MetPy/master/LICENSE). Basically it 
states that MetPy/Unidata does not assume any liability for the use of this 
software. We do not limit MetPy's use, although it's developed with research 
and education as the primary use cases. All Unidata software comes with similar 
licenses, so I encourage you to check those out before using anything, but the 
general message would remain the same for other packages. That being said, 
you're welcome to use MetPy however you see fit, and we'd be interested to know 
how the package is making it into different workflows. 

Zach Bruick

> Hi,
> I was wondering if it is permitted to use Metpy and other Unidata 
> modules/packages Operationally. I saw it was open source, but wasn't sure if 
> it was just for research like GEMPAK, or more freely useable like GRADS.
> Thanks for your help, and keep up the incredible work!

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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: TSN-304685
Department: Support Python
Priority: Low
Status: Closed
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