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ESASky Python wrapper

Project description

pyESASky

Welcome to the ESASky Jupyter widget page.

Requirements

Jupyter comes together with anaconda.

Installation

$ pip install pyesasky

pyesasky in Jupyter lab

$ jupyter labextension install pyesasky

In some cases you might also have to run these 2 commands to enable PyESASky in Jupyter

$ jupyter nbextension install --py pyesasky --sys-prefix
$ jupyter nbextension enable --py pyeasky --sys-prefix

In order to be able to run pyesasky in Jupyter lab it is necessary to install the labextension ivywidgets by the following command:

$ jupyter labextension install @jupyter-widgets/jupyterlab-manager

NOTE that this requires node.js to be installed.

If you use conda, you can get it with:

conda install -c conda-forge nodejs

If you use Homebrew on Mac OS X:

brew install node

You can also download Node.js from the Node.js website https://nodejs.org/ and install it directly.

Running pyESASky samples:

Multiple sample notebooks of the functionality in pyESASky can be found in https://github.com/esdc-esac-esa-int/pyesasky/tree/master/samples

For the basic functionalities, open the pyESASky-Basic.ipynb. To check how to overlay a catalogue, run the pyESASky-Catalogue.ipynb. To overlay a set of footprints, open pyESASky-Footprints.ipynb .

Run pyesasky

In general, it is possible to instantiate pyESASky by running the folowing code in your Jupyter Notebook.

from pyesasky import ESASkyWidget
esasky = ESASkyWidget()
esasky

To be able to use catalogue features, the following additional classes must be imported:

from pyesasky import Catalogue
from pyesasky import CatalogueDescriptor
from pyesasky import MetadataDescriptor
from pyesasky import MetadataType

To be able to use footprints features, the following additional classes must be imported:

from pyesasky import FootprintSet
from pyesasky import FootprintSetDescriptor
from pyesasky import MetadataDescriptor
from pyesasky import MetadataType

Source code installation

For a development installation (requires npm),

$ git clone https://github.com/esdc-esac-esa-int/pyesasky
$ cd pyesasky
$ sh install.sh

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