Published February 8, 2021 | Version 0.4.0
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HelioML/HelioML: HelioML 0.4.0 (2021-02-08)

  • 1. Stanford University
  • 2. University of Colorado / LASP
  • 3. UC Berkeley
  • 4. Geological Survey of Brazil
  • 5. FHNW
  • 6. University of New Hampshire
  • 7. The University of Washington eScience Institute
  • 8. Minnesota State University Moorhead


The HelioML team is happy to announce the release of HelioML 0.4.0.

This release included a complete restructure of the back-end of the book, which now uses Jupyter Book version 0.8.3. As part of the restructure, all the chapter numbers shifted by one; e.g. what was previously Chapter 4 is now Chapter 3.

We would like to acknowledge the following people for contributing new chapters to the book since v0.3.0:

  • Colin Small, along with collaborators Matthew R. Argall and Marek Petrik, for contributing Chapter 7 on automatically detecting magnetopause crossings in MMS data,
  • Rafael Pires de Lima, along with collaborator Yue Chen, for contributing Chapter 8 on forecasting Megaelectron‐volt electrons inside Earth's outer radiation belt, and
  • Téo Bloch, along with collaborators Clare Watt, Mathew Owens, Leland McInnes, and Allan R. Macneil, for contributing Chapter 9 on classifying solar wind source regions.

We would also like to acknowledge Chris Holdgraf for including us in the Gallery of Jupyter Books.

Sincerely, The HelioML Team



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