Christoph Gohlke compiled basemap for 64-bit cp36 on Windows. Granted, if you have something other than Windows, none of this may apply to you anyway. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or mute the thread. In this case, these are the coordinates for North America. Anaconda works on most systems without root access! I knew the answer beforehand. The building is done by automated processes, and there's much less room for strange compatibility issues than there are for arbitrary secondary channels. Is pyart going to replace or already replacing basemap? This is not a pyart issue.
I have a new up-to-date Anaconda python 3. This is not a pyart issue. I see threads discussing this type of challenge, but they all seem years old. The code is: import numpy as np import matplotlib. Perhaps it is changing now, I am becoming obsolete. You can either find the appropriate coordinates by trial-and-error like I did at first , or you could just Google it like I eventually did. Surely there must be a way? Some pedagogical material is voluntarily obsolescent, e.
Install it according to the instructions on their homepage. So, sometimes I suggested to go and dig the site of Christoph Gohlke, as an ad hoc solution, since 75% of my students and myself because of this used Windows. Would you like to answer one of these instead? To post to this group, send email to. I popped open the Command Line and typed this in all one line , using the Anaconda2 version for Python 2. Surely there must be a way? After some googling indeed I found that basemap is not supported on Python 3 for Windows users ex:. I have never done that but it seems possible. This is because the decimal implicitly converts the value from an integer to a float 1 to 1.
The step shows that I need the command prompt to be go inside the 'geos-3. Once these two libraries were installed, it was time to import them. However, if you need to, you can install Anaconda system wide, which does require administrator permissions. However, I can't seem to install it on my Windows 10 64-bit computer. An Anaconda Python installation is completely separate from any existing system wide or user space Python installation, so Anaconda can be tested without the fear of breaking an existing installation. You can find the official on Docker Hub. With Windows it's often better to use this Scientific Python Distributions with their own package manager like Anaconda:.
To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to. You are doing a tremendous job, it is not easy to find a language distribution team as active and friendly as you. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Is there any reason not to move up to the most recent numpy version? I am working on an X-Array bridge for the grid object. Surely there must be a way? You have to download MatPlotLib first, and then Basemap. Okay, first off, Basemap is not part of the MatPlotLib library by default. Optional libraries Pillow Python Imaging Library , only needed for , , and instance methods.
I have solved this several times last time just now by downloading it from and follow the instructions to install. I'd prefer it to Gohlke's wheels because they are conda packages, and thus are less likely to run into any of the annoying issues of mixing conda-managed files with pip-managed files. Browse other questions tagged or. Our team is very small, and we often get behind in keeping everything current. What would then be the simplest alternative solution? But the conservatism is there, and sometimes this hasn't much to do with the wishes of the implementors.
Because North America is above the horizontal latitude axis the equator , it will have positive latitude values. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Note Qt and other packages released after Anaconda Distribution 5. The X axis horizontal line is the equator. Not the answer you're looking for? If so, how can I chnage, I mean downgrade from 3. Can you try: conda install -c conda-forge basemap I tried to install basemap using the anaconda cloud with: conda install basemap and it defaulted pyart to 1.
I found precompiled versions of basemap , but they are compiled using the most recent numpy 1. Sometimes there are resurrections, e. I am new to the installation of basemap, can anyone point me to the right way of using either basemap or pyart? This is because North America lies to the left of the Prime Meridian. DistutilsPlatformError: Microsoft Visual C++ 14. The code is: import numpy as np import matplotlib.