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JupyterLab dataset browser for THREDDS

A browser that allows you to include NetCDF data stored in THREDDS catalog into a Jupyter Notebook.

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Cite this software

DOI:

10.5281/zenodo.1241006

What JupyterLab dataset browser for THREDDS can do for you

  • Provides an easy way to select and use a dataset from a THREDDS catalog in a Jupyter notebook
  • Offers several ways to open a dataset in Python using graphical user interface instead of copy/pasting urls and having to figure out the right code snippet
Keywords
Programming language
  • Python 59%
  • TypeScript 31%
  • Jupyter Notebook 9%
  • CSS 1%
License
  • Apache-2.0
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Participating organisations

Delft University of Technology
Netherlands eScience Center

Testimonials

This seems really cool! Something similar could probably be developed for intake.
Ryan Abernathey, Assistant professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University

Contributors

Contact person

Stefan Verhoeven

Stefan Verhoeven

Netherlands eScience Center
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Fakhereh Alidoost
Netherlands eScience Center
Stefan Verhoeven
Stefan Verhoeven
Netherlands eScience Center

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