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* [http://www.johnny-lin.com/pyintro/ | A Hands-On Introduction to Python in the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences]
 
* [http://www.johnny-lin.com/pyintro/ | A Hands-On Introduction to Python in the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences]
  
=Resources for Climate Scientists=  
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* [[Using Python with Climate Data]]
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= Resources for Climate Scientists =
* [[Python Libraries on Raijin]]
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* [http://christopherbull.com.au/blog/?page_id=180 | Chris Bull's getting started list]
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*[[Using_Python_with_Climate_Data|Using Python with Climate Data]]  
* [http://oceanpython.org/ | OceanPython plotting examples]
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*[[Python_Libraries_on_Raijin|Python Libraries on Raijin]]  
* [[Running IPython Notebook from Raijin]]
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*[http://christopherbull.com.au/blog/?page_id=180 Chris Bull's getting started list]  
* [[How to publish your Python code to PyPI | Publishing your code on PyPI]]
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*[http://oceanpython.org/ OceanPython plotting examples]
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*[https://unidata.github.io/python-gallery/examples/index.html Unidata example python plot gallery]  
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*[[Running_IPython_Notebook_from_Raijin|Running IPython Notebook from Raijin]]  
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=Useful Libraries=  
 
=Useful Libraries=  

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Learning Python


Resources for Climate Scientists

Useful Libraries

  • | NumPy - Numerical Python Library
  • | SciPy - Scientific Python Tools
  • | Iris - Read, Analyse and Plot Climate Datasets (NetCDF, GRIB, UM output)
  • | Cartopy - A library containing cartographic tools for python (alternative to basemap)

For using Python on your desktop computer, consider installing Enthought: Canopy

  • The full version of the software is free for academic users
  • and provides a large library of ready-made python packages