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Leonardo Uieda
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Assistant Professor of Geophysics. I study inverse problems in geophysics, gravity and magnetic interpretation, and open-source software development (mainly in Python)
Assistant Professor of Geophysics. I study inverse problems in geophysics, gravity and magnetic interpretation, and open-source software development (mainly in Python)

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Preview your GMT/Python maps using an interactive globe in the Jupyter notebook (using NASA WorldWind). Try it online at http://try.gmtpython.xyz

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Less than a week to go until #AGU17! Here is a short list of GMT talks, #OpenSource panels, and an EarthArXiv meetup http://www.leouieda.com/blog/gmt-at-agu2017.html

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Are you working with geospatial data and making maps?
Checkout my #AGU17 poster about the upcoming GMT/Python package: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.5662411
Try out our demo Jupyter notebook running on mybinder: http://agu2017demo.gmtpython.xyz
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Poster for #AGU2017 is ready to print!
Not going this year? Download the poster https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.5662411 and play around with the code in this online demo http://agu2017demo.gmtpython.xyz
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Here is the missing part of my #SciPy2017 talk about the GMT/Python wrapper. Plus, some feedback I got during the conference and thoughts on a new API.

http://www.leouieda.com/blog/gmt-after-scipy2017.html
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Here is the missing part of my #SciPy2017 talk about the GMT/Python wrapper. Plus, some feedback I got during the conference and thoughts on a new API.

http://www.leouieda.com/blog/gmt-after-scipy2017.html

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I gave a talk at #Scipy2017 about my Python wrappers for the Generic Mapping Tools (GMT), a C program for making beautiful maps.

I did a live demo of the library working on the Jupyter notebook. The talk was recorded and is up on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93M4How7R24).

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I gave a talk at #Scipy2017 about my Python wrappers for the Generic Mapping Tools (GMT), a C program for making beautiful maps.

I did a live demo of the library working on the Jupyter notebook. The talk was recorded and is up on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93M4How7R24).

During the sprints I got together with the conda-forge team (https://conda-forge.org) and we setup conda packages for GMT (not the Python wrapper). You can now install GMT 5.4.2 on Linux and OSX using conda:

conda install gmt -c conda-forge

This will help a lot when installing the Python wrapper later on.
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I gave a talk at #Scipy2017 about my Python wrappers for the Generic Mapping Tools (GMT). I did a live demo of the library working on the Jupyter notebook. The talk was recorded and is up on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93M4How7R24).

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A post about the open peer-review comments we received on our #scipy2017 talk proposal and our replies. Huge thanks to all reviewers and organizers of the conference!
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