Declarative Visualization in Python

As a scientist doing much of my data analysis and visualization in Python, I'm often thankful to have access to many powerful, easy-to-use libraries. It's very rare that I'm able to think up some sort of illustration or visualization which matplotlib can't handle. However, visualization in ...

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New Website Design

Although it's not 100% finished, I'm launching the new version of my homepage. This version departs significantly from my older versions in that I've chosen to move everything to static site generator. I think this gels a nicer with my current writing/tools workflow, which leans heavily ...

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Abandoning Iris

Seven years ago, when I first started working with climate model output and analysis within Python, the software stack we had available was pretty shoddy. Although direct interfaces to netCDF (the de facto standard data format in climate science) existed, they could be kind of clunky. They didn't have ...

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