Download the IBCAO grid: ngdc.noaa.gov
Run test with:
$ python ibcao.py
or in your code do something like:
print ("testing ibcao class") import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import matplotlib.cm as cm import cartopy.crs as ccrs i = IBCAO () f = i.template (10) # only plot every 10th data point # lets put some text along the parallels lat = np.arange (65, 90, 5) lon = np.repeat (0, len(lat)) # regular lat, lon projection g = ccrs.Geodetic () for lon, lat in zip (lon, lat): plt.text (lon, lat, str(lat), transform = g) # and some along the meridians lon = [-45, 45, 135, -135] lat = np.repeat (70, len(lon)) for lon, lat in zip (lon, lat): plt.text (lon, lat, str(lon), transform = g) # also; the north pole plt.text (0, 90, "NP", transform = g) plt.show ()
check out the test cases in tests/ for some inspiration on how to use the class.
The IBCAO is provided by:
Jakobsson, M., L. A. Mayer, B. Coakley, J. A. Dowdeswell, S. Forbes, B. Fridman, H. Hodnesdal, R. Noormets, R. Pedersen, M. Rebesco, H.-W. Schenke, Y. Zarayskaya A, D. Accettella, A. Armstrong, R. M. Anderson, P. Bienhoff, A. Camerlenghi, I. Church, M. Edwards, J. V. Gardner, J. K. Hall, B. Hell, O. B. Hestvik, Y. Kristoffersen, C. Marcussen, R. Mohammad, D. Mosher, S. V. Nghiem, M. T. Pedrosa, P. G. Travaglini, and P. Weatherall, The International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO) Version 3.0, Geophysical Research Letters, doi: 10.1029/2012GL052219.
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