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Hi 👋 I am Xin!

I'm currently doing my PhD in Atmospheric Physics ☁️

🎓 I'm studying in NUIST and KNMI
💻 I love writing code, especially Python 🐍
📚 I can't live without poetry and music 🎸
🌏 My research focuses on deep convection
📫 How to reach me: xinzhang1215@gmail.com

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  1. WRF-Chem with LDA and LFR

    Fortran 3

  2. Core code for the TROPOMI NO2 retrieval based on WRF-Chem outputs

    Python 1

  3. Scripts of downloading weather data: satellite and reanalysis data

    Python 7 6

  4. rM2PDF Public

    rM2PDF script for the reMarkable reader

    Python 23

  5. Official website of HPC (School of Atmospheric Physics, NUIST)

    CSS 4

  6. Some useful and excellent tutorials

    17 6

1,012 contributions in the last year

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December 2021

Created 1 commit in 1 repository

Created a pull request in pytroll/satpy that received 1 comment

Support group_attrs in cf_writer

Tests added Fully documented Sometimes when we save datasets to NetCDF as groups, it will be useful to add the group attributes. In this PR, …

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Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository

Created an issue in lukelbd/proplot that received 17 comments

Slower speed of saving plotted Geographic data with cartopy

Description I'm plotting large datasets using proplot (0.9.5.post78) and cartopy (0.20.0). The speed is much slower than the pyplot one. Steps to r…

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