Topic outline

  • Weather-related satellite data with Jupyter Notebooks

    Webinar with Ivan Smiljanic; Moderator: Natasa Strelec Mahovic (EUMETSAT)

    9 November 2021; 12:00 UTC - Register here 

    This short course offers an introduction to the weather-related satellite data visualization and analysis using Jupyter Notebooks. We will show you how you can use the Python scripts to easily open and visualize the data and analyse the weather. 

    In this course you will learn how to:

    • Access satellite data using Jupyter Notebooks
    • Visualize single channels and channel combinations (RGB products)
    • Analyse cloud types and basic weather patterns in visualized images

    • How to participate

      We'll meet you on Zoom Webinar 

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      • Recording and resources

        The webinar will be recorded. After the session, the recording will be made available at this page. 

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