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PyNGL ("pingle") stands for "Python NCL Graphics Library" and is a Python package developed at the National Center for Atmospheric Research for producing publication-quality two-dimensional visualizations. It is based on the same graphical libraries that the NCAR Command Language (NCL) uses. Use of this software implies agreement of the PyNGL source code license: http://www.pyngl.ucar.edu/Licenses/PyNGL_source_license.shtml You can import this package with: import Ngl PyNGL 1.5.0 was tested against Python 2.7.x. It has not yet been ported to Python 3.x. It should only be built against NCL versions 6.3.0 and higher. We recommend NCL V6.4.0. PyNGL 1.4.0 was tested against Python 2.6.x and Python 2.7.x, NumPy 1.5.1, and NumPy 1.6.0. PyNGL 1.4.0 and later can only be built against NCL version 6.0.0 (not 6.1.0 or later). PyNGL 1.3.1 was tested against Python 2.6.x and Python 2.5.x, NumPy 1.3.0, and NumPy 1.4.1. PyNGL 1.3.1 and earlier can only be built against NCL versions 5.2.1 and earlier. The visualizations can be drawn on an X11 window or saved as PNG, SVG, PostScript, PDF, or NCGM files. Interfaces exist for the rapid display of: Contour plots XY plots World map projections Vector plots Streamline plots Output primitives (lines, markers, polygons, text) For documentation, examples, and a line-by-line tutorial, see: http://www.pyngl.ucar.edu/