A python library that simplify the access to the linketurbidity index.
If you want to use this library on any GNU/Linux or OSX system you just need to execute:
$ pip install linketurbidity
If you want to improve this library, you should download the github repository and execute:
$ make deploy
On Ubuntu Desktop there are some other libraries not installed by default (zlibc libbz2-dev) which may need to be installed to use these library. Use the next command to automate the installation of the additional C libraries:
$ make ubuntu deploy
To test all the project you should use the command:
$ make test
If you want to help us or report an issue join to us through the GitHub issue tracker.
There are 3 methods to obtain the linke turbidity matrix:
The obtain method needs a datetime object:
from linketurbidity import instrument from datetime import datetime linke_matrix = instrument.obtain(datetime(2014, 11, 10))
Next, the obtain_to method needs a standard NOAA CLASS netcdf filename to parse:
from linketurbidity import instrument from datetime import datetime linke_matrix = instrument.obtain_to('data/goes13.2014.124.123422.BAND_01.nc')
Last, the persist method needs a standard NOAA CLASS netcdf filename to save the variables:
from linketurbidity import instrument from datetime import datetime from netcdf import netcdf as nc instrument.persist('data/goes13.2014.124.123422.BAND_01.nc') with nc.loader('data/goes13.2014.124.123422.BAND_01.nc') as root: print nc.getvar(root, 'linke')[:]
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