30 years of fascination

In 1987, I was still at secondary school. I loved geography lessons, particularly physical geography, and specifically meteorology. I always thought that I would become a climatologist. Then the “Storm of ’87” struck, and it changed everything for me. I was lucky enough that my Geography teacher had won a grant to install a satellite … More 30 years of fascination

Python for Data Crunching

Just like many people these days, I use a variety of Python modules in some of my data processing needs. Although many of these are spatial libraries, I also use the brilliant Anaconda distribution and have recently linked this through to the lightweight Rodeo IDE. The following video provides a great introduction to the history … More Python for Data Crunching