An Interactive python based visualization for WRF output files

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Python Plotly

The plotly Python library is an interactive, open-source plotting library that supports over 40 unique chart types covering a wide range of statistical, financial, geographic, scientific, and 3-dimensional use-cases

Built on top of the Plotly JavaScript library (plotly.js), plotly enables Python users to create beautiful interactive web-based visualizations that can be displayed in Jupyter notebooks, saved to standalone HTML files, or served as part of pure Python-built web applications using Dash. The plotly Python library is sometimes referred to as "plotly.py" to differentiate it from the JavaScript library.

WRF-ARW

The Weather Research…


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In this article I introduce some simple scripts which can be useful for automating basic GIS tools like raster creation , statistical calculator , geometry based clipping, Setting up projection based on reference, resampling raster images e.t.c

In all below exercises I have mentioned raster which mainly refers to GeoTiff images (not any other png,jpeg,jpg e.t.c)

OSGEO-GDAL

GDAL is a software library package specifically for reading and writing geospatial data formats (both raster and vector). GDAL is an open-source C/C++ language based software but also available as python package (python wrapper like). …

Nirmal Mathew Alex

Meteorological engineer || baby python developer || Data scientist

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