[python #UGD-724183]: Surface plot declarative plotting questions
- Subject: [python #UGD-724183]: Surface plot declarative plotting questions
- Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2020 21:32:30 -0700
Apologies again for the vastly delayed reply. See my responses in-line below:
> First, ObsPlot().format must have something to convert from celsius to
> fahrenheit, but I can't seem to figure it out. Is there a way to see all
> the format options?
Actually, that looks like a pretty big oversight on our part. Right now the
easiest way would probably be to convert your data. You can also pass a
function to `format`, so you could define a function:
return str(v * 1.8 + 32)
I don't consider either particularly satisfying, but that's how I'd approach it
today (until we put something better in MetPy).
> Second, is there a way to zoom more into southern California using the
> MapPanel().area = 'ca'?
We want to add a way to zoom in on top of specifying with 'ca' with 'ca+', but
that has not yet been implemented, see:
For now you can specify a tuple of (lon0, lon1, lat0, lat1)
> Third, is there a way to remove a bunch of the white space when I'm saving
> the plot? See the attached plot.
This syntax comes from matplotlib:
> Finally, do you know when the
> will be moved to the official thredds server? Or has that already been done?
There was not a formal plan in place but if that would be helpful, I can look
at moving it over.
Ticket ID: UGD-724183
Department: Support Python
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