Tools for downloading Oregon DEQ Air Quality data
Install with pip:
pip install deq-tools
deq_tools is a limited functionality Python library for accessing Oregon DEQ Air Quality data with a Python script.
import deq_tools print(deq_tools.get_station_names()) # Dump a list of names of stations where data may be available print(deq_tools.get_station_data()) # Dump all station info, including data available for each station station_id = 2 # Get this value from get_station_names() from_ts = "2018/05/03T00:00" # ISO datetime format: YYYY/MM/DDTHH:MM to_ts = "2018/05/10T23:59" print(deq_tools.get_data(station_id, from_ts, to_ts)) # Get the data
In addition to the required positional parameters shown above,
get_deq_data() also takes these optional named parameters:
- Default = 60. 60 for hourly data, 1440 for daily values. Higher resolutions don't work, sorry, but lower-resolutions, such as 120, 180, 480, 720 will.
- Default = "Average". These will probably all work: Average, MinAverage, MaxAverage, RunningAverage, MinRunningAverage, MaxRunningAverage, RunningForword, MinRunningForword, MaxRunningForword.
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