A quick-start guide to work with IRIS Level2 data in Python¶
Edited by A. Sainz Dalda, V. Hansteen, T. M. D. Pereira, M. Woods, and M. Gošić.
The PDF version of this tutorial is available here.
Last updated on Jun 16, 2020.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Looking for IRIS Level 2 data and downloading them
- 3. Working with IRIS Level 2 data in Python
- 3.1. A first look at the IRIS Level 2 data
- 3.2. Reading and looking at the IRIS Level 2 data
- 3.2.1. Low-level access to the headers, the data, and other information
- 3.2.2. Inspection of a SJI IRIS Level 2 data file
- 3.2.3. Inspection of a raster IRIS Level 2 data file
- 3.2.4. Customizing and initializing the visualization tool
- 3.3. Saving your data and selected points
- 3.4. Loading your data and selected points
- 3.5. Making figures from your selected data and points
- 3.6. Straight to the point : 12-line code for working with IRIS Level 2 data in 5 min
- 4. IRISpy Introduction
- 5. A quick Slitjaw Image Viewer
- 6. A low-level guide to IRIS with Python
- 6.1. Requirements
- 6.2. Reading IRIS files
- 6.3. Some worked examples