A new version 1.7 is available, improving map projection support, and adding computation of relative humidity and colouring of trajectories by an auxiliary variable.
Version 1.7 released
by Marc Rautenhaus (comments: 0)
We are happy to announce a new Met.3D version 1.7!
- This release include improvements made over the past year, see the issue tracker.
- Map projection support has been improved to support arbitrary proj-supported projections.
- Trajectories can be coloured by an arbitrary auxiliary variable.
- New derived variables have been added, e.g. relative humidity.
- The binary distribution is available for Linux, see the downloads page.
Download the sources from gitlab!
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