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aburrell/apexpy: ApexPy Version 1.1.0

Christer van der Meeren; Karl M. Laundal; Angeline G. Burrell; Gregory Starr; Ashton S. Reimer; Achim Morschhauser

Minor release to include IGRF13 coefficients, expands the type of allowed inputs into the subsol routine, fixes several bugs in edge cases, expands testing support to include Python 3.6-3.9, updates the documentation, and updates the continuous integration testing environments.

When referencing this package, please cite both the package DOI and the Apex Coordinates journal article: Emmert, J. T., A. D. Richmond, and D. P. Drob (2010), A computationally compact representation of Magnetic-Apex and Quasi-Dipole coordinates with smooth base vectors, J. Geophys. Res., 115(A8), A08322, doi:10.1029/2010JA015326.
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  • Emmert, J. T., A. D. Richmond, and D. P. Drob (2010), A computationally compact representation of Magnetic-Apex and Quasi-Dipole coordinates with smooth base vectors, J. Geophys. Res., 115(A8), A08322, doi:10.1029/2010JA015326.

  • Richmond, A. D. (1995), Ionospheric Electrodynamics Using Magnetic Apex Coordinates, Journal of geomagnetism and geoelectricity, 47(2), 191–212, doi:10.5636/jgg.47.191.

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