“Thinking with Xarray” Tutorial#
The NCAR/UCAR virtual Python Tutorial Seminar Series continues with an intermediate-level lesson on analysis with Xarray titled “Thinking with Xarray” on March 9th at 1 PM Mountain Standard Time led by Deepak Cherian.
Xarray is an open source project and Python package that makes working with multi-dimensional arrays simple and effient by introducing labels in the form of dimensions, coordinates and attributes on top of raw NumPy-like arrays. See the Xarray Documentation
Deepak Cherian is a Project Scientist and physical oceanographer in CGD. He helps maintain xarray and xgcm, and contributes to other projects in the Pangeo ecosystem.
This tutorial is designed to be launched from Binder.
Click the “Launch Binder” button at the top level of the repository.
You may also download the tutorial from GitHub to run it locally:
Check your conda install with
conda --versionand if necessary install by following these instructions.
Clone this repository by running
git clone https://github.com/ProjectPythiaTutorials/thinking-with-xarray_2022_03_09in your terminal.
Still in the terminal, create a Conda environment from the
environment.ymlfile by first moving into the
cd thinking-with-xarray_2022_03_09and then
conda env update --file environment.yml
Activate your environment in the terminal with
conda activate pythia-thinking-with-xarray-tutorial.
Test your installation by launching JupyterLab with
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