Geodynamicists from Sydney and Australian National universities have developed Stripy, a software module that allows scientists to efficiently place GIS ‘wrapping paper’ around the spherical Earth ‘present’. This is the first module to be built for a common scientific programming language like Python, that supports such ‘wrapping’, or mapping features. Here, developer Dr Ben Mather explains Stripy’s key functions for the AuScope Earth modelling community.
In an Underworld release far, far away…
Geodynamicists struggle to model planetary dynamics due to the Cartesian Empire. Physical observations suffer inappropriate meshing and projections bend minds. The Underworld team builds the ultimate weapon to erase the Cartesian nightmare based on the ancient practice of the Cubed-Sphere mesh. A fight to modify a numerical implementation begins to bring peace and restore funding across the galaxy.
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