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djhoese
djhoese commented Feb 22, 2021

Code Sample, a minimal, complete, and verifiable piece of code

from pyresample.boundary import Boundary
b = Boundary(my_lons, my_lats)
print(b.contour_poly.area())

Problem description

The above code doesn't fail if the provided lons/lats are 2D (not sure on 3D+), but the class and all functions/utilities underneath it assume 1D arrays. The end results are incor

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RichardScottOZ
RichardScottOZ commented Mar 25, 2021

Without thinking I put resampling="bilinear" and got an error when I called .compute()

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "carajas.py", line 92, in <module>
    band_medianNP = band_median.compute()
  File "/home/ubuntu/anaconda3/envs/richard/lib/python3.8/site-packages/xarray/core/dataarray.py", line 899, in compute
    return new.load(**kwargs)
  File "/home/ubuntu/anaco

The PyEarthScience repository created by DKRZ (German Climate Computing Center) provides Python scripts and Jupyter notebooks in particular for scientific data processing and visualization used in climate science. It contains scripts for visualization, I/O, and analysis using PyNGL, PyNIO, xarray, cfgrib, xesmf, cartopy, and others.

  • Updated May 26, 2021
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