[python #NHC-140532]: Satellite reprojections
- Subject: [python #NHC-140532]: Satellite reprojections
- Date: Thu, 02 Apr 2020 20:16:51 -0600
So here's what I see from our tries:
Works: Mac 10.15.3/4 Python 3.8 CartoPy 0.17
Works: Ubuntu 18 Python 3.6 CartoPy 0.16 (is this actually correct?)
Broken: Mac 10.15.2 Python 3.7 CartoPy 0.17
I also have tried Python 3.7 and CartoPy 0.17 and it works for me. Can you try
rebuilding your environment using all Conda?
I would love to see what you all are working on!
> The same script returns in 50 seconds on my Ubuntu 180.04 server
> Python 3.6.9
> cartopy 0.17.0
> Let me know what you think. Would love to get Mac working so I could develop
> w/ jupyter.
> > On Apr 1, 2020, at 4:56 PM, Unidata Python Support <address@hidden> wrote:
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> > Greetings!
> > Yes, the `subset` that was left was a left-over that I missed--it should be
> > data.
> > That exact code ran for me within Jupyter, no problem--takes 40 seconds on
> > my 2017 Macbook Pro. Did it ever complete for you? If not, what's your OS
> > and version of Python? How did you install? What version of CartoPy?
> > The square root was a quick way to get what I understand is often called
> > the "square root enhancement". My own goal was just to make the lakes/water
> > show up better so I could make sure it was lined up properly. This is one
> > document that talks about it (section 188.8.131.52):
> > https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/goesr/docs/ATBD/Imagery.pdf
> > Cheers,
> > Ryan
Ticket ID: NHC-140532
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