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james correia j☈, PhD Sep 1
Replying to @DrKimWood
New fav sat loop technique
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Kim "Wear a Mask" Wood Sep 1
Replying to @jimmyc42
I'm pretty pleased with how these images turned out :) It's almost all Python with a little help from ImageMagick
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Patrick Goff Sep 2
Replying to @DrKimWood
Afternoon - I wanted to ask if it is ok if I use this video in my 8th grade science class?
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Kim "Wear a Mask" Wood Sep 9
Replying to @BMSscienceteach
Absolutely! Can you contact me via email? I'd love to learn more about your class.
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Gary Detman Sep 9
Replying to @DrKimWood
Kim, I’m a digital content producer at CBS12. Would like to use this and courtesy you. How can I contact you? 561-881-0796 is newsroom. These are fascinating.
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Kim "Wear a Mask" Wood Sep 9
Replying to @GaryDetmanNews
It's easiest to reach me via email: kimberly DOT wood [at] msstate DOT edu
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who's that scratchin' at the screen door? Sep 1
Replying to @DrKimWood
Incredible visualization! Since this is mostly python, do you have a repo that you'd be willing to share? Would love to tinker with this kind of data and viz!
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Kim "Wear a Mask" Wood Sep 9
Replying to @SamuraiBrack
Alas, I don't, but creating a version of this code that can be shared is on my to-do list.
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Kim "Wear a Mask" Wood Sep 9
Replying to @Raccoon81823
The colors represent temperature -- of cloud tops (when clouds are present) or of the surface for clear skies. The color scale in degrees Celsius is here:
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