Visualizing Climate Data – Index

I’ve finally got some time to sit down and punch out a series on analyzing climate data with a Python toolkit. This page will serve as an index page for the entries in the series. Check below to see the planned topics and links to the completed sections.

  1. Using Python Modules
  2. NumPy/SciPy
  3. Reading/Manipulating NetCDF files
  4. Matplotlib – Plotting NetCDF Files
  5. Shell Scripting with Python
  6. Keeping Organized with Mercurial
  7. Miscellaneous

This is the current outline of topics. I plan to cover. I don’t have a set timeline for publishing each part, although I might aim for one section every 4-5 days. Check back here often to see the latest entries.

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~ by counters on July 21, 2009.

One Response to “Visualizing Climate Data – Index”

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