The Python Satellite Data Analysis Toolkit (pysat) v3.0.2 release is an incremental release intended to further improve support pysat in operational environments as well as expand compatibility with an expanded range of files. The release features significant improvements to file reading, writing, metadata handling, and filename parsing.
The Constellation class, based on a collection of Instruments, has a variety of improvements, from improved compatibility with the Instrument class, as well as features geared towards working with multiple data sets within the Constellation.
The Python Satellite Data Analysis Toolkit (pysat) v3.0.0 release is a substantive release intended to support pysat in operational environments, as well as expand community oriented capabilities for space science data analysis. While v3.0.0 is not backwards compatible due to a reorganization of some functions and the data storage structure, the user interface is largely unchanged.
pysat’s original design demonstrated its ability to function as a nexus that integrates the disparate space science data sources and analysis tools. However, the monolithic configuration encouraged scope creep and obscured pysat’s intent to act as this common nexus, and in more practical terms, limited the frequency of instrument support updates as data source providers altered systems.
These community oriented limitations have been addressed by breaking pysat up into an Ecosystem of packages. The new ecosystem configuration ensures pysat has all of the features needed to support external community-developed packages and decouples updates to instrumentation from the pysat release schedule. A variety of improvements have been implemented to support use in operational settings. Finally, pysat’s data handling capabilities have been improved. pysat’s leading file and data handling features significantly reduces the time and effort required to perform robust state-of-the-art scientific analyses. We encourage community engagement with pysat v3.0.0, and look forward to supporting external developers with their pysat-based packages for data handling or analysis.
The Python Satellite Data Analysis Toolkit (pysat) v2.3.0 release is intended
to be the last release of the v2.x series and the last release to include
support for Python 2.x. pysat v2.3.0 primarily features DeprecationWarnings for
pysat functions that are changing as part of the 3.0.0 release. This version
also includes some of the changes employed for 3.0.0 so that some limited code
bases may work with both pysat 2.3.0 and 3.0.0. These include updating
well as including support for both the old and new methods for storing the
pysat data directory, namely
All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file. This project adheres to Semantic Versioning.
[3.0.4] - 2022-XX-XX
Removed version cap on xarray
Improved compatibility with xarray 2022.06 when accessing data via slices
[3.0.3] - 2022-07-29
Added temporary version limit to xarray due to change in indexing
[3.0.2] - 2022-07-22
Added the property
empty_partialto the Constellation class
Added the option to apply custom functions at the Constellation or Instrument level within the Constellation class
Added option to load Constellation for registered Instruments using lists of platforms, names, tags, and/or inst_ids, which are new attributes
Added hidden Constellation methods to determine unique attribute elements and set Instrument attributes across all instruments
Added hidden Constellation method to sequentially call Instrument methods
Extended Constellation unit tests
Added more quality checks to the Constellation initialization
Standardized Instrument instantiation to always define
Extended testing options for
start_timekeyword for test instruments
max_latitudekeyword for non-model test instruments
_test_download_cias a standard attribute for
Added a testing model similar to TIEGCM to
Added the capability to test loading with optional kwargs through
add_epoch_metadatamethods to the Meta class
Added I/O utilities to the utility module, extracting existing methods from the Instrument class and core utility module.
Added a warning evaluation and directory creation functions to
Added the ability to only download new files if remote file listing capabilities are not available for the Instrument.
Added kwargs for epoch units and origin in
Meta.attr_case_nameto support list of str as input as well as str.
Added a time function to calculate decimal year from datetime.
Instrument.renameto take a fuction or mapping dict as input, after adapting routine to use
Added an update method and type evaluation method to MetaLabels.
Added a new MetaHeader class for holding global metadata.
Added a pysat Instrument for loading pysat-written NetCDF4 files.
Allowed MetaLabels to be expanded through setting new Meta data values.
Added support for user variables when parsing template filenames in
Improved robustness of parsing delimited files.
pysat.Instrument.pandas_formatso that changes to setting are immediately reflected by changes to Instrument object.
Added a test function for bad class/function/method input to reduce duplicate code and improve message test combliance
Added support for filtering basic netCDF4 metadata when loading via
Added support for user developed functions to filter metadata as it loaded from disk but before assignment to a
meta.to_dictto support creating more compliant netCDF files.
pysat.utils.ioto support improved compatability of pysat netcdf files without user code changes.
pysat.utils.io.load_netcdfto support easy removal of unwanted metadata during loading.
Added support for
pysat.utils.io.inst_to_netcdfenabling developers to easily modify metadata before it is loaded from/written to storage.
Intermediate missing directories are now created as needed when writing files using
Condensed code present in both pandas and xarray into
Non-default Meta.labels are now retained by Instrument if defined by underlying support module.
Made test data more consistent across pysat testing instruments.
pysat.Instrument.vars_no_timefunction to return data variables excluding the main time index.
Added support for additional metdata and other file handling options to general ‘pysat’, ‘netcdf’ instrument.
decode_timesto flag using xarray or pysat processing of times when loading a file via
pysat.utils.io.xarray_all_varswhich returns a list of all variables, coordinates, and dimensions.
Added more volume units to
freqas a standard kwarg for
_test_download_travisas a standard attribute for
pysat.Instrument. The function is replaced by
pysat.tests.instrument_test_class.initialize_test_inst_and_date, which is moved to
pysat.tests.instrument_test_class.InstTestClass, which is replaced by
pysat.Instrument._filter_netcdf4_metadataand replaced it with
fnamefrom a kwarg to an arg in
Deprecated support for 2D pandas datasets
Deprecated usage of higher order metadata
pysat.Instrument.generic_meta_translatorwhich is replaced by
Deprecated the general instrument method,
convert_timestamp_to_datetime, which is replaced by new functionality in
Moved logo to ‘docsimages’
Improved consistency of headers throughout documentation
Added more reference labels to documentation
Implemented use of Python formatting in documentation examples
Fixed bad section labels in docstrings
Fixed noindex warning
Fixed redirecting links
Made changelog style and line length consistent
Added a paragraph describing how to access Instrument sub-module docstrings from an instantiated Instrument in an interactive session
Updated examples in docstrings
Improved docstring style and consistency
Added docstring linting via flake-docstrings and hacking to CI tests
Added clarification to the tutorials
Added limitations to the
Updated image link in
README.mdto display in more environments.
inst_idkeywords and docstrings to new standards
Added example for version checking when writing tests for packages that rely on pysat
Fixed default MetaLabel specification in
parse_delimited_filenameoutput consistency and ability to handle leading and trailing non-parsed text in filenames (e.g., file extensions)
decode_timedelta=Falsefor loading xarray from netcdf4 (#823)
Closed links to open files when loading data through xarray (#887)
Fixed an issue in generating filenames for
inst_idto be specified as None (#892)
Fixed a bug in
Fixed a bug in
pysat.utils.scale_unitsand ensured ‘/cc’ compatibility.
Added a warning if
nameare used to instantiate an instrument (#850). In case of this,
Fixed a bug when instantiating empty
Fixed IndexError encountered when loading a multi-day file by filename with no data for that day.
Added logging output when metadata not assigned due to a lack of instrument data (#924)
Fixed a bug where empty check for xarray instruments fail when time not present. (#922)
Improved feedback when users try to set meta with an array.
Fixed a bug that expected special treatment by
Fixed pysat_testmodel Instrument longitude range
Corrected link to testing badge in README.md
from_osnow always returns a sorted Series.
Moved function call for Instrument modules init function to end of pysat.Instrument instantiation to ensure Instrument is complete when passed to init.
pysat.Meta.to_dictand the latest metadata label standards.
Prevent stale data paths stored by pysat from being reassigned if path is no longer in
Added missing metadata in testing instruments.
Corrected identification of string data for xarray in
Added unit tests for deprecation warnings related to io_utils reorg.
Added missing unit tests for
Added missing unit tests for
Streamlined unit tests for
Moved metadata generation for test instruments to
Added integration tests for test instrument kwargs
Updated class declaration to be consistent with python 3 standards
Update usage of caplog and capsys in unit tests
Reorganized tests for the
pysat.Instrumentclass into multiple files
Updated unit tests for
Update minimum numpy in CI tests to 1.19 following NEP29
InstLibTestsmore portable to streamline user implementation of the standard end-to-end instrument tests.
Moved test classes to
Reorganized the core test_instrument.py as a series of classes
Separated MetaLabels tests from Meta test class
Organized and reduced duplication in the Meta test class
Added CI reports for supported data products
Added a cap on coveralls to ensure success of continuous integration
Updated tests in
test_metato search all warnings, not just the first
Updated pandas syntax to be compatible with pandas 2.0 (pandas 1.4 deprecations)
Cleaned up excess variables upon import
Compatible with netCDF v1.6.0
[3.0.1] - 2021-07-28
Added a routine for loading CSV files into a pandas DataFrame from a list of filenames.
Added check for supported
inst_idat pysat.Instrument instantiation. (#784)
Expanded Constellation utility by:
Adding common properties:
Improving the printed output to inform user of the Constellation contents (#764)
Added methods to download data and create a common time index. (#764)
Added utils.listify, a function that returns a list of whatever is input. (#766)
Added a warning for download requests that result in an empty date range.
Added missing information about date formatting to file listing docstrings.
Added example for registering external instrument support. (#837)
Changed pysat.Instruments.orbits iteration to return a copy of the Instrument rather than the Instrument itself. Provides robustness against garbage collection. (#770)
Improved error messages for cases where slice of data may not exist (#761)
Improved windows compatibility (#57, #790)
Fixed Instrument.load bug that prevented use of instrument specific kwargs
Added pytest as a package requirement (#819)
Fixed pysat.utils.listify for empty list inputs (#830)
Changed pysat.Instrument from treating all support functions as partial functions to retaining the original form provided by developer
Migrates CI testing to Github Actions
Improved maintenance of documentation build
Added a check for use of reserved keywords at instantiation
Tests compatible with pysatSpaceWeather 0.0.4 (#782)
Improved pandas 1.3.0 compliance
[3.0.0] - 2021-04-01
Added registry module for registering custom external instruments
Added Meta.mutable flag to control attribute mutability
Added MetaLabels class to manage metadata labeling
Unit tests are now pytest compatible, use parametrize, and have improved messages when failures are encountered
Added altitudes to test instruments
New flags added to instruments to streamline unit testing:
strict_time_flagnow defaults to True
Use of start/stop notation in remote_file_list
Added variable rename method to Instrument object (#91)
Added support for loading more than one day/file (#56)
Added support for iterating over a dataset a with a loaded data width and stepsize larger than a single day/file
Added check for inconsistent inputs when loading data via Instrument
Added file locking for thread-safe behavior (#304)
Allow the Instrument object to be initialized with optional kwargs for any of the standard methods (not just load).
Added support for ‘cycle’ in addition to ‘version’ and ‘revision’ for filename conventions.
Integrated Custom class directly into Instrument to support mixed use of Constellation/Instrument objects in code (#540)
Made underlying custom data structures visible (#529)
Updated data_mode method name to custom_attach for the Constellation object (#540)
Added a display utility for discovering pysat Instrument data sets.
Added testing utility functions.
Added support for multiple pysat data directories
Reorganized .pysat directory to store instrument information under .pysat/instruments and .pysat/instruments/archive
Added pysat.params, a central location to store and modify pysat default parameters. File stored at .pysat/pysat_settings.json
warn_empty_file_listto pysat.params to provide a warning if no Instrument files are found. Default is False.
Updated default pysat directory organization template
Added support for dual specification of Instruments to include in a Constellation
Added function to transition pysat managed data files to a user provided template.
Instrumentto be a function
Adopted standard for bounds.
stopis an inclusive bound,
Added support for SLT calculations outside [0, 24)
Added support for continuous SLT calculations when loading multiple days
Instrument support functions now respond to local changes in Instrument.kwargs
Added support for pysat.Instrument, Files, and Orbits equality comparisons
Added .copy function to Instrument, Files, and Orbits classes
Updated Parameters to ensure paths provided for pysat.params[‘data_dirs’] are created if they don’t already exist
Added funtion to get file attributes, utils.files.get_file_information
Migraged instruments to pysatMadrigal, pysatNASA, pysatSpaceWeather, pysatIncubator, pysatModels, pysatCDAAC, and pysatMissions
Migrated file methods to pysat.utils.files (#336)
sat_idInstrument keyword argument to
Removed deprecated pandas.Panel
Import datetime class from datetime module, not pandas
Import DataFrame and Series classes directly from pandas, not pysat
Moved methods.nasa_cdaweb.list_files to methods.general
DeprecationWarning for strict_time_flag only triggered if sloppy data is found
Changed the custom function attachment input to allow keyword argument use when additional function input is required
Removed python 2.7 syntax
Addressed several Warnings raised by incorrect use of dependent packages
Deprecated use of
inst_idfor number of simulated samples for test instruments
Removed writing of custom Meta attributes when producing netCDF4 files
Removed unneeded description.txt file, using README instead
Changed name of Instrument method
pysat.data_dir. Information now at
namekwarg in Constellation to
Removed unnecessary Instrument attribute
Removed unnecessary Instrument kwargs
Removed the Custom class, incorporating it into Instrument
Removed deprecated calls to ‘modify’ type custom functions
Added info on how to register new instruments
Fixed description of
inst_idbehaviour in testing instruments
Added a tutorial for developers of instrument libraries for pysat
Updated instrument templates
Added .zenodo.json file, to improve specification of authors in citation
__repr__functions for basic classes
Improved docstring readability and consistency
Added Travis-CI testing for the documentation
Added a style guide for developers
Updated loading data flow figure
Scrubbed the documentation, ensuring examples, tutorials, and descriptions match the current implementation and code structure
Updated Instrument.concat_func to behave as described in the docstring
Fixed custom instrument attribute persistence upon load
Improved string handling robustness when writing netCDF4 files in Python 3
Improved pandas 1.1.0 compatibility in tests
Fixed coupling of two_digit_year_break keyword to underlying method in methods.general.list_files
Fixed additional file date range for monthly data with gaps
Fixed custom Meta attributes removal when transferred to instrument (#615)
Corrected iteration over Instrument within list comprehension
Removed unused input arguments
Corrects Instrument today, yesterday, and tomorrow methods by implementing datetime.datetime.utcnow
Ensured pysat.Meta instances are immutable at Instrument instantiation
Removed weak reference back to Instrument within Files class
Fixed access of xarray data with more than one dimension (#471)
Improved robustness of
calc_solar_local_timefor data sets with longitude coordinates
Fixed .copy() when pysat.Instrument instantiated with
Modified storage of Instrument.kwargs to include all methods so that
eval(Instrument.__repr__())works in more cases
Modified storage of Instrument.kwargs to only include user supplied keywords
Improved robustness when working with file dates that aren’t centered on midnight
Added basic valid path check to
nose dependency removed from unit tests
dtypefor empty pandas.Series for forward compatibility
Removed wildcard imports, relative imports
Include flake8 check as part of testing suites
Improved unit testing coverage of instrument functions and instrument object
Added tests for Instrument attributes
Removed implicit conversion to integers in methods.general.convert_timestamp_to_datetime
Simplified internal logic in Instrument class
Moved setup metadata to setup.cfg
Improved instrument tests for files
Used dt.timedelta instead of pds.DateOffSet where possible
Reduced code duplication throughout package
Reduced unused code snippets throughout
Ensured download start time is used
Condensed testing support functions into methods/testing.py
Fixed a bug with usage of numpy.dtype for numpy 1.20 compatibility
Updated usage of pds.index.to_native_types() to pds.index.astype(str) for pandas 2.0 compatibility (#737)
Check type as float rather than np.float for future numpy compatibility (#740)
Verified usage of inst.loc[slice, keyword] will continue to work in pandas 2.0 (#738)
[2.3.0] - 2021-04-01
Allow use of new Instrument kwarg,
Allow limited use of new list_files kwarg,
Added support for
pysat.params['data_dirs'], the replacement for
pysat.data_dirin pysat 3.0.0
Deprecation warnings added to:
Instrument class (old meta labels,
Constellation class kwarg
the pysatCDAAC: cosmic_gps
the pysatIncubator: champ_star, demeter_iap, superdarn_grdex, supermag_magnetometer
the pysatMadrigal: jro_isr, dmsp_ivm
the pysatSpaceWeather: sw_dst, sw_f107, sw_kp
the pysatModels: ucar_tiegcm
the pysatNASA: cnofs_ivm, cnofs_plp, cnofs_vefi, de2_lang, de2_nacs, de2_rpa, de2_wats, icon_euv, icon_fuv, icon_ivm, icon_might, iss_fpmu, omni_hro, rocsat1_ivm, sport_ivm, timed_saber, timed_see
The usage of a numeric string for
sat_idto specify number of points in test instruments
SpaceWeather, Incubator (DEMETER), Madrigal, CDAWeb, and ICON instrument methods
The DE2 and ICON Constellation objects
Updated docstrings with deprecation notes
Closes files after download in NASA CDAWeb methods
Updated the ICON constellation object to reflect new instrument standards
Added version cap for numpy
[2.2.2] - 2020-12-31
netCDF4 files produced using
to_netcdf4()now have an unlimited time dimension
Updated guidance on numpy version for installation
Updated madrigal methods to simplify compound data types and enable creation of netCDF4 files using
Updated ICON support for latest file organization on SSL servers
[2.2.1] - 2020-07-29
Improved organization of documentation on ReadTheDocs
Adopted .readthedocs.yml to restore online documentation on ReadTheDocs
Modified MANIFEST.in to include pysat_testing instruments
Rename default branch as
[2.2.0] - 2020-07-24
Decreased time to load COSMIC GPS data by about 50%
Added DE2 Langmuir Probe, NACS, RPA, and WATS instruments
test_files.pyto be pytest compatible
Added check to ensure non-pysat keywords supplied at instantiation are supported by underlying data set methods
Updates to instrument testing objects for consistency
Changed madrigal methods to use
madrigalWebas a module rather than calling it externally
Added warning when FillValue metadata could lead to unexpected results when writing a netCDF4 file
Use conda to manage Travis CI test environment
Update ICON instrument file structure
Added NaN filter for metadata when writing netCDF4 files
Test instruments now part of compiled package for development elsewhere
Reviewed and improved documentation
Custom instrument keywords and defaults are now always found in inst.kwargs
Added support for ~ and $ variables when setting pysat data dir
Added custom.attach to make transitions to v3.0 easier
custom.add will be renamed custom.attach in pysat 3.0.0
Several functions in coords will be removed in pysat 3.0.0. These functions will move to pysatMadrigal
methods.nasa_cdaweb.list_files will move to methods.general.list_files in pysat 3.0.0.
Fixed description of tag and sat_id behaviour in testing instruments
Added discussion of github install, develop branches, and reqs to docs
_files._attach_filesnow checks for an empty file list before appending
Fixed boolean logic when checking for start and stop dates in
Fixed loading of COSMIC atmPrf files
Fixed feedback from COSMIC GPS when data not found on remote server
Fixed deprecation warning for pysat.utils.coords.scale_units
Fixed a bug when trying to combine empty f107 lists
Fixed a bug where
remote_file_listwould fail for some instruments.
Made import of methods more robust
Fixed cosmic load method definition to include altitude_bin
Fixed pysat_testing method definition to include mangle_file_dates keyword
Added small time offsets (< 1s) to ensure COSMIC files and data have unique times
Updates to Travis CI environment
inplaceuse in xarray
assignfunction, which is no longer allowed
Removed old code and incorrect comments from F10.7 support
Updated use of numpy.linspace to be compatible with numpy 1.18.
Fixed output of orbit_info during print(inst)
Fixed a bug when requesting non-existent files from CDAWeb (#426)
Improved compatibility of parse_delimited_filenames (#439)
Fixed bug assigning dates to COSMIC files
Fixed bug limiting local time orbit breakdowns for instruments much slower than 1 Hz
[2.1.0] - 2019-11-18
Added new velocity format options to utils.coords.scale_units
Improved failure messages for utils.coords.scale_units
Added some tests for model_utils
Added option to to_netCDF that names variables in the written file based upon the strings in the Instrument.meta object
Improved compatibility with NASA ICON’s file standards
Improved file downloading for Kp
Added keyword ignore_empty_files to pysat.Instrument and Files objects to filter out empty files from the stored file list
Added slice and list ability to meta
Converted all print statements to logging statements
Updated cleaning routines for C/NOFS IVM
Added S4 scintillation data to the cosmic-gps instrument
pysat no longer creates a default data directory. User must specify location
User set custom attributes are transparently stored within Meta object and are available via both Instrument and Meta.
Improved robustness of required library specification across multiple platforms
ssnl, old version is deprecated
utils._core, old version is deprecated
create_date_range, old version is deprecated
Added deprecation warnings to stat functions
Added deprecation warnings to
Added cleaning steps to the C/NOFS IVM ion fraction data
Fixed implementation of utils routines in model_utils and jro_isr
Fixed error catching bug in model_utils
Updated Instrument.concat_data for consistency across pandas and xarray. Includes support for user provided keywords.
Fixed error introduced by upstream change in NOAA F10.7 file format
Fixed bugs in DEMETER file reading introduced by changes in codecs
Fixed issue with data access via Instrument object using time and name slicing and xarray. Added unit test.
Updated travis.yml to work under pysat organization
Added missing requirements (matplotlib, netCDF4)
Fixed a bug when trying to combine empty kp lists
Updated travis.yml to work with python 2.7.15 and beyond
Unit tests reload pysat_testing_xarray for xarray tests
Updated setup.py to not overwrite default
Updated Travis CI settings to allow forks to run tests on local travis accounts
Fixed keep method to be case insensitive
Fixed a bug with COSMIC GPS downloads
Fixed selection bugs in the DEMETER IAP, CNOFS IVM, and model_utils routines
Updated URL link in setup.py
Added info on how to cite the code and package.
Updated instrument docstring
Corrected pysat.Instrument examples using COSMIC
[2.0.0] - 2019-07-11
pysatDatadirectory created in user’s home directory if no directory specified
Added preliminary support for
yesterdayas datetime objects
model_utils, featuring preliminary support for data-model comparison
Added support for 1d median in seasonal averages
Added routine to convert from kp to Ap
pyglowintegration support for python 3.x
Added option to check that loaded data has a unique and monotonic time index. Will be enforced in a future version.
Refactored data access through the Instrument object and expanded testing.
Added .empty attribute to Instrument object, True when no data loaded.
Added .index access mechanism to Instrument object, providing consistent access to the pandas DatetimeIndex associated with loaded data.
Added mechanism to return a list of loaded variables, .variables.
Added Instrument method to concat input data with data already loaded into Instrument object.
Updated format of printed dates to day month name and year, 01 January 2001.
Added Instrument property .date, returns date of loaded data.
Added download_updated_files, Instrument method that downloads any remote data not currently on the local machine.
Added remote_date_range, an Instrument method that returns first and last date for remote data.
Download method now defaults to most recent data (near now).
Improves input handling for datetime parameters that are more precise than just year, month, and day, where appropriate
Added merging routines to allow combination of measured and forecasted Kp and F10.7 indexes into a single instrument object
Files class internally refactored to improve robustness.
Added feature to handle delimited filenames, in addition to fixed_width names.
Exposed methods to allow users to more easily benefit from features in Files. Used to support remote_file_lists and make data downloads more convenient.
Expanded testing with Files.
Updated keyword names to be more complete. ‘sec’ to ‘second’, etc.
Updated Files access mechanisms to remove deprecated calls and improve robustness.
Moved instrument templates and methods to subdirectories
Moved utils into multiple subdirectories to aid with organization
NASA CDAWeb download now uses https protocol rather than FTP
Support for listing files from remote server
COSMIC RO data unified into single instrument object
Added support for DEMETER IAP
Added support for DMSP IVM Level 2 data. Uses OpenMadrigal.
Added routines to update DMSP ephemeris and drifts
Added warnings to instruments without download support
Added preliminary support for ICON FUV and MIGHTI
Added support for Jicamarca Radio Observatory ISR
Added support for F10.7 and more Kp forecast products
Added instrument templates for Madrigal, CDAWeb, and netcdf_pandas
Added support for TIMED SABER
Added support for UCAR TIEGCM
OMNI HRO instrument now uses CDAWeb methods
Switched download methods for CDAWeb and COSMIC data to use
Added Madrigal methods
Removed support for SuperDARN and SuperMAG downloads while server changes are sorted out
Updates to travis configuration
Tests run for python 2.7 and 3.7
Added display port to test plots
Updates to community docs
Added Issue templates
Added Pull Request Template
Added note for PR to be made to develop, not master
Style updates throughout
Consistent documentation for docstrings and instruments
Cleaned up commented code lines
Added FAQ section
Added “powered by pysat” logo
Updated supported instruments
Unit Test Updates
Dropped instrument templates from coverage
Added multiple output options for
pysat_testingobject to aid with constellation tests. Removed old constellation test objects.
Added test data for space weather indices to speed up testing
Cyclic data for test instruments now generated from single test method
Test objects for xarray added
Added test for parsed delimited files
Removed ftp downloads from travis tests, still will run locally
pandas.ixnotation replaced with
Fixed a bug that forced user into interactive mode in
Bug fixes and cleanup in demo codes
Fix for orbit iteration when less than one orbit of data exists. Fix now covers multiple days with less than one orbit.
Fixed a bug in python 3.7 caused by change in behaviour of StopIteration (#207)
Update to use of
lenon xarray to handle new behaviour (#130)
Updated import of reload statements now that python 3.3 has reached end of life
Updated deprecated behaviour of
.to_csvwhen using pandas
Fixed bug in assigning units to metadata (#162)
Fixed timing bug introduced by reading only the first date/data pair from each line in the 45-day file data blocks
[1.2.0] - 2018-09-24
SuperMAG support added
Increased data access robustness when using integer indexing
Added template for supporting netCDF4 based instruments (pysat_netCDF4)
Added support for MSIS within the pysat satellite simulation (based on sgp4)
Added plotting routine to sgp4
Initial support for the upcoming NASA/INPE SPORT Ion Velocity Meter (IVM)
Fixed bug triggerd when invoking multi_file_day option in Instrument object
[1.1.0] - 2018-07-05
Initial support for Constellation objects, which allows operations and analysis on mixed groups of Instrument objects. Developed by UT Dallas senior undergraduate computer science students (UTDesign 2018).
Bug fixes when iterating by file
Added pysat_sgp4, a Two Line Element based satellite orbit propagator that is coupled with ionosphere, thermosphere, and geomagnetic models. Supports projecting these quantities onto the relevant spacecraft frame to create signals suitable for satellite data simulation and testing. Routine uses pyglow, pysatMagVect, sgp4, and pyEphem.
Further along the road toward windows compatibility
Fixed orbit number reporting in orbits.current
Added support for Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) Ion Velocity Meter (IVM) data. Downloads from the Madrigal database.
Added support for both sat_id and tag variations within filenames in the NASA CDAWeb template
Updated docummentation covering requirements for adding new instruments to pysat
[1.0.1] - 2018-05-06
Improved robustness of Meta object when working with high and low order data
Improved Meta test coverage
Added dayside reconnection calculation for OMNI-HRO data
Improved test behavior when instrument data could not be downloaded
[1.0.0] - 2018-04-29
Improved consistency when handling higher order metadata
Improved translation of metadata within netCDF4 files to pysat standard
Added pysatCDF as package requirement
PEP8 upgrades throughout
Updated load_netCDF4 routine to support ICON EUV files natively
to_netCDF4 function updated to be consistent with load_netCDF4
Meta object upgraded to handle more attributes by default
Meta object has been upgraded to preserve case of variable and attribute names
Metadata access is case insensitive for ease of use
Changes to units_label or name_label are automatically applied to underlying metadata
Improved handling of custom units and name labels at Instrument level
Additional functions added to Meta object, attrs, keys, keys_nD, has_attr, routines that return preserved case
Additional unit tests for Meta added
Reduced resources required for unit tests
Improved windows compatibility
Added more unit tests for seasonal averages
Added more simulated data types to pysat_testing2D
Added initial support for ICON EUV
Added initial support for ICON IVM
Added support for version/revision numbers in filenames within Files class constructor from_os
[0.6.0] - 2017-08-11
Many changes since the last note here.
Unit tests have been expanded significantly, bug fixes as appropriate.
Coverage is over 80%
There are new requirements on loading routines to support testing.
Instrument object prints out nice information to command line
Attributes in netCDF and similar files are transferred to the Instrument object as part of loading
Added attribute ‘empty’, True if there is no data
Orbit support significantly improved, multiple orbit types are supported
Added concat to Meta
Python 3 compatible
Corrected intersection of data_padding and multi_file_day
Added support for higher order MetaData objects, needed for DataFrame within DataFrames
Additional scientific instrument support
Initial support for sat_id in Instrument
Files class will now remove duplicate file times rather than simply raise an exception
[0.3.3] - 2016-01-07
Added manual_org flag to Instrument instantion. Simple file management flag.
Improved COSMIC demo plotting
Improved support for instruments with no files
[0.3.2] - 2015-12-01
Fixed error raised by pysat.utils.set_data_dir
Partial unit test coverage for files class
File tracking more robust
Download methods now log off from server at the end of download
Improved to_netcdf3 and load_netcdf3 routines, netcdf files produced pass standards check
[0.3.1] - 2015-07-21
Added missing file close statement in SuperDARN load command
Fixed COSMIC UTS bug
Fixed check for unique datetimes associated with files
Improved instrument docstrings
Added step size (freq) keyword to bounds and download methods
Added C/NOFS IVM and COSMIC GPS demo
Added support for OMNI data, 1 and 5 min files, time shifted to magnetopause
Moving toward Python 3 compatibility
Fixed demo ssnl_occurence_by_orbit file, replaced
Doubled loading performance for SuperDARN grdex files (3 seconds down to 1.5)
[0.3.0] - 2015-06-18
Improved polar orbit determination
Added file sorting in files.from_os constructor to ensure datetime index is correct
Added Instrument instantiation option, multi_file_day (good when data for day n is in a file labeled by day n-1, or n+1)
Chaged binx to bin_x in return statements
Improved PEP-8 compatibility
Fixed bad path call in meta.from_csv
Added simple averaging by day/file/orbit instrument independent routines
Added instrument independent seasonal averaging routines
Improved loading performance for cosmic2013
Made pysat import statements more specific
Fixed bad import call on load_netcdf3
Fixed tab/space issues
Improved performance of comsic 2013 data loading
[0.2.2] - 2015-05-17
Expanded coverage in tutorial documentation
Expanded test coverage for pysat.Meta()
Improved robustness of Meta setitem
Updated C/NOFS VEFI method to exempt empty file errors
Updated C/NOFS VEFI download method to remove empty files
Updated C/NOFS VEFI instrument module to use metadata from CDF file
Updated superdarn cleaning method to remove empty velocity frames
Updated Instrument download method to update bounds if bounds are default
Updated C/NOFS IVM download method to remove empty files
Updated C/NOFS IVM instrument module to use metadata from CDF file
Performance improvements to seasonal occurrence probability
[0.2.1] - 2015-04-29
Removed spacepy and netCDF from setup.py requirements. Both of these packages require non-python code to function properly. pysat now builds correctly as determined by travis-cl. Installation instructions have been updated.
[0.2.0] - 2015-04-27
Added information to docstrings.
Expanded unit test coverage and associated bugs.
Changed signature for pysat.Instrument, orbit information condensed into a single dictionary. pad changed from a boolean to accepting a pandas.DateOffest or dictionary.
Changed doy parameter in create_datetime_index to day.
Changed Instrument.query_files to update_files
Improved performance of cnofs_ivm code