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Functions for calculation of meteorological variables.

Project description

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Several functions for calculation of meteorological variables.

Calculations were implemented based on publicly available formulas.

Implemented calculations:

  1. Dew Point is the temperature at which dew forms.
  2. Heat Index or “feels like temperature” is an index that combines air temperature and relative humidity in an attempt to determine the human-perceived equivalent temperature.

Also Temp class is available to convert temperature between Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin. It is also can be mixed with floats for basic math operations.

Requirements

  • Python 2.7 or 3.2+

Install

$ pip install meteocalc

Usage

from meteocalc import Temp, dew_point, heat_index

# create input temperature in different units
t = Temp(20, 'c')  # c - celsius, f - fahrenheit, k - kelvin
t2 = Temp(60, 'f')

# calculate Dew Point
dp = dew_point(temperature=t, humidity=56)

# calculate Heat Index
hi = heat_index(temperature=t2, humidity=42)

print('Dew Point in celsius:', dp.c)
print('Dew Point in fahrenheit:', dp.f)
print('Heat Index in kelvin:', hi.k)

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