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DGP (Dynamic Gravity Processor)

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What is it

DGP is an library as well an application for processing gravity data collected with dynamic gravity systems, such as those run on ships and aircraft.

The library can be used to automate the processing workflow and experiment with new techniques. The application was written to fulfill the needs of of gravity processing in production environment.

The project aims to bring all gravity data processing under a single umbrella by:

  • accommodating various sensor types, data formats, and processing techniques
  • providing a flexible framework to allow for experimentation with the workflow
  • providing a robust and efficient system for production-level processing

Dependencies

  • numpy >= 1.13.1
  • pandas >= 0.20.3
  • scipy >= 0.19.1
  • matplotlib >= 2.0.2
  • PyQt5 >= 5.9
  • PyTables >= 3.0.0

License

Apache License, Version 2.0

Documentation

The Sphinx documentation included in the repository and hosted on readthedocs should provide a good starting point for learning how to use the library.

Documentation on how to use the application to follow.

Contributing to DGP

All contributions in the form of bug reports, bug fixes, documentation improvements, enhancements, and ideas are welcome.

If you would like to contribute in any of these ways, then you can start at the GitHub "issues" tab. A detailed guide on how to contribute can be found here.

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