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calfire_wildfires Added method to pull inactive fires Jun 29, 2019
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calfire-wildfires

Download wildfires data from CalFire

Installation

$ pipenv install calfire-wildfires

Command-line usage

Usage: calfirewildfires [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

  A command-line interface for downloading wildfires data from CalFire.

  Returns GeoJSON.

Options:
  --help  Show this message and exit.

Commands:
  active-fires    The latest active fires
  fires           The latest fires, both active and contained
  inactive-fires  The latest inactive fires

Download the latest fires, both active and contained

$ calfirewildfires fires

Download the latest active fires

$ calfirewildfires active-fires

Download the latest inactive fires

$ calfirewildfires inactive-fires

Python usage

Import the library.

>>> import calfire_wildfires

Download the latest fires, both active and contained

>>> data = calfire_wildfires.get_fires()

Download the latest active fires

>>> data = calfire_wildfires.get_active_fires()

Download the latest inactive fires

>>> data = calfire_wildfires.get_inactive_fires()

Contributing

Install dependencies for development

$ pipenv install --dev

Run tests

$ make test

Ship new version to PyPI

$ make ship

Developing the CLI

The command-line interface is implemented using Click and setuptools. To install it locally for development inside your virtual environment, run the following installation command, as prescribed by the Click documentation.

$ pip install --editable .
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