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GeoViews

GeoViews is a new Python library that makes it easy to explore and visualize geographical, meteorological, oceanographic, weather, climate, and other real-world data. GeoViews was developed by Continuum Analytics, in collaboration with the Met Office. GeoViews is completely open source, available under a BSD license freely for both commercial and non-commercial use, and can be obtained as described at the Github site.GeoViews is built on the HoloViews library for building flexible visualizations of multidimensional data.

GeoViews adds a family of geographic plot types, transformations, and primitives based primarily on the Cartopy library, plotted using either the Matplotlib or Bokeh packages.

https://www.continuum.io/blog/developer-blog/introducing-geoviews

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Pixelscan

The pixelscan library provides functions to scan pixels on a grid in a variety of spatial patterns. The library consists of scan generators and coordinate transformations. Scan generators are Python generators that return pixel coordinates in a particular spatial pattern. Coordinate transformations are iterators that apply spatial transformations to the coordinates created by the scan generators. Transformation can be chained to yield very generic transformations.

https://github.com/dpmcmlxxvi/pixelscan

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parsewkt

The parser was written to have a clean and complete parser for WKT. Other WKT to python parsers use regular expression to do the same and are more or less complete. I wanted to have a reference implementation that could handle any kind of valid WKT that you throw at it. You can also use it as a reference if you want to write your own parser with grako.

https://github.com/cleder/parsewkt

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