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What's New in ObsPy 1.2
NOT YET RELEASED - THIS DOCUMENT IS WORK IN PROGRESS!!
This document details significant new features and changes in ObsPy
1.2.0. The Full Changelog at the end is more comprehensive.
Documentation and resources for this version can (as always) be found at: https://docs.obspy.org
Aside from the occasional change and new feature, there never was any formal funding for ObsPy and it has been developed by enthusiastic volunteers, mostly from academia. If you use ObsPy, please consider acknowledging us so we can justify investing time into it.
We officially support the following systems (meaning we test that they work with ObsPy; other versions - especially newer ones, might work, but we cannot guarantee that).
Python: 2.7, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6
NumPy: 1.6.2 - 1.14
SciPy: 0.11.0 - 1.0
matplotlib: 1.1.1 - 2.1
basemap: 1.0.2 - 1.1.0
Supported Operating Systems (mostly 32bit and 64bit):
Linux(tested with default packages on CentOS/RedHat 7, Debian 7 + 8 + 9, Fedora 25 + 26, openSUSE Leap 42.2 + 42.3, Ubuntu 14.04 + 16.04 + 17.04 + 17.10)
Raspberry Pi(Raspbian Wheezy + Jessie + Stretch)
Updating should be straight-forward. So depending on your installation do
# Generic Python # # For the first time we also have binary wheels for Linux and OSX so # this now also works without a compiler. $ pip install -U obspy
# Anaconda Python Distribution # `conda install -c obspy obspy` is no longer supported for most platforms! $ conda update -c conda-forge obspy
# Debian/Ubuntu # add debs.obspy.org to your /etc/apt/sources.list first $ apt-get update $ apt-get upgrade python-obspy # and/or python3-obspy
or whatever your package manager of choice needs to be told to update a package.
'domain'keyword in the correlate function is deprecated in favor of the new
'method'keyword to stay compatible with new SciPy versions. ...
New Signal Processing Things
correlate_template()function with 'full' normalization useful for template matching.