Helpers for visualizing resultsets in ipython notebook
Astronomy visualization framework for ipython notebooks.
[radiopadre on pypi](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/radiopadre)
` $ apt-get install imagemagick $ pip install -r requirements.txt $ ./run-radiopadre.sh `
Browse to http://localhost:8888, or whatever port your ipython notebook says it binds to. Go into the notebooks folder and open the example notebook.
Using with your own data (locally)
Copy example.ipynb or view-everything.ipynb into your data directory, and run run-radiopadre.sh from there. You will probably want to customize the notebooks for your data. Refer to extended-example.ipynb, and to the other notebooks in the repo for inspiration.
Using with your own data (remotely)
Say you have a remote machine called host to which you have SSH access, and you’d like to visualize stuff in host:~/data. Copy a radiopadre notebook to host:~/data, then locally run
This will establish an SSH connection to host, run a notebook server remotely, take care of port forwarding etc., and open a local browser session connecting you to the remote server.
Using with docker
If you can’t do the pip install above for whatever reason, you can use radiopadre with the radioastro/notebook docker container. Use the `run-radiopadre-docker.sh` script to run it with docker. NB: probably currently broken, please report if so.