Python: Pandas

Python Data Analysis Library There is a Jupyter Notebook accompanying this post HERE! In a previous session we explored NumPy in detail, learning about array structures and vectorisation. While NumPy is extremely powerful, it has some limitations. For example, data is organised into rows and columns (often in more than 2 dimensions) without labels other … Continue reading Python: Pandas

CASPA at EGU 2018

The EGU annual meeting in Vienna is one of the major events in the earth science calendar, where the latest ideas are aired and discussed and new collaborations forged. My talk this year was in the "Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere" session. Here's an overview: Albedo is a primary driver of snow melt. For clean … Continue reading CASPA at EGU 2018