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Charles Doutriaux; Dean N. Williams; Denis Nadeau; Dan Lipsa; Aashish Chaudhary; Paul J. Durack; Jiwoo Lee; Zeshawn Shaheen; Thomas Maxwell; Edward Brown
The UV-CDAT team is pleased to announce the release of UV-CDAT version 2.12
UV-CDAT is distributed via anaconda: conda create -n uvcdat-2.12 uvcdat -c conda-forge -c uvcdat Major changes in v2.12 New Analytics page
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Optimized vcs plotting
some internal object were never cleared lead to some memory leak faster mesalib implementation: newest version AND LLVM implementation
CDMS: esmpy bug fixes with masking CDMS: crosssection regridder now can handle gaussian grids with uneven number of latitude CDMS: netcdf4 files can be edited CDMS: Numpy 1.13 now supported VCS: cleared all object leaks VCS: streamlines are now evenly spaced by default VCS: convenience function to load all mpl colormaps VCS: getcolors return correct rgb values if string passed VCS: Faster implememtation of mesalib (NOX) Documentation: taylor diagram jupyter notebook Documentation: cdms 101 jupyter notebook
Changes/bug fixes since v2.10
Documentation Image/code galleries
Many thanks to users, testers, and developers for helping UV-CDAT to reach this milestone. This is a bug fix release, we have fixed several major and minor bugs in version 2.8 and therefore we strongly recommend users upgrade their UV-CDAT installation.