A new presentation about Met.3D has been given by Marc at the recent ECMWF workshop on observational campaigns for better weather forecasts.
Version 1.5 released
by Marc Rautenhaus (comments: 0)
We are happy to announce a new Met.3D version 1.5! New features include:
- Interactive Skew-T diagrams. The diagrams can be displayed within the 3D scence (attached to a pole), as well as as a stand-alone diagram. Ensemble support is provided in the form of spaghetti plots.
- A binary distribution is now available for Linux, see the downloads page.
- Some bugfixes, see the issue tracker.
Download the sources from gitlab!
Our survey article on "Visualization in Meteorology" is featured in the December 2018 issue of the IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, also discussing Met.3D and related 3D software.
A presentation about the use of Met.3D at ECMWF given by Tim Hewson is available online.
We will present our recent visualization research using Met.3D (3D frontal structures and interactive ensemble sensitivity) at IEEE VIS 2018 in Berlin. Meet us there!
A release candidate for a new version 1.4 is available, adding support for trajectory computation within Met.3D.