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Subject [GitHub] [climate] agoodm commented on issue #524: CLIMATE-966 - Jupyter Notebook to run cordex.py on AWS
Date Thu, 08 Aug 2019 22:12:28 GMT
agoodm commented on issue #524: CLIMATE-966 - Jupyter Notebook to run cordex.py on AWS
URL: https://github.com/apache/climate/pull/524#issuecomment-519706424
 
 
   It works well. I have made a few modifications to fix download links. First, the last import
should be changed to the following:
   
   ```python
   from IPython.display import Markdown, Image, FileLink
   ```
   
   Then replace the very last cell with:
   ```python
   display(Markdown('Evaluation results'))
   ip_address = (requests.get('http://169.254.169.254/latest/meta-data/public-ipv4').content).decode('utf-8')
   for obs_info in obs_extractor.data:
       inst_name = obs_info['instrument']
       var_name = obs_info['variable']
       display(Markdown('Instrument: '+inst_name+'& Variable: '+var_name))
       for season in seasons:
           savedir = os.path.join('evaluation_result', domain, inst_name, var_name, season)
           png_files = glob(os.path.join(savedir, '*.png'))
           for png_file in png_files:    
               display(Image(png_file))
           nc_file = glob(os.path.join(savedir, '*.nc'))[0]
           display(FileLink(nc_file))
   os.chdir(cwd)        
   ```

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