Python interface to Metview, a meteorological workstation and batch system for accessing, examining, manipulating and visualising meteorological data. See documentation at https://metview.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html
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The package is installed from PyPI with:
$ pip install metview
or from conda-forge with:
$ conda install metview-python -c conda-forge
You may run a simple selfcheck command to ensure that your system is set up correctly:
$ python -m metview selfcheck Hello world - printed from Metview! Trying to connect to a Metview installation... Metview version 5.2.0 found Your system is ready.
To manually test that your system is properly setup open a Python 3 interpreter and try:
>>> import metview as mv >>> mv.lowercase('Hello World!') 'hello world!'
The [examples](examples) folder contains some Jupyter notebooks and some standalone examples for you to try out!
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