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A Python toolbox for post analysis of DOAS (Differential Optical Absorbtion Spectroscopy) results

Project Description

pydoas is a Python library for reading, postprocessing and plotting of DOAS (Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy) fit results. It supports default import of the result file format of DOASIS. Further import formats for fast data access can easily be defined by the user.

News

18 Feb 2018: Updated for Python 3 support

Requirements

  • numpy
  • matplotlib
  • pandas

Installation

pydoas can be installed from PyPi using:

pip install pydoas

or from source (hosted on GitHub) by downloading and extracting the latest release or downloading / cloning the repo. If you download manually, call:

python setup.py install

after download and extraction of the source directory.

Instructions and code documentation

The code documentation of pydoas is hosted here

Get started

After installation try running the example scripts in order to test the installation. The scripts are also meant to provide an easy start into the main features of pydoas.

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1.2.2

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