Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Cartopy gains a gallery

You may have noticed that the latest cartopy documentation now includes a gallery with some (currently limited) code examples.  Over the next few releases we intend to extend the number and breadth of these examples, and are considering adding tutorials in the form of iPython notebooks (similar to those found over at

The latest example we've added is a toy demonstration of using the power of Shapely from within cartopy to produce the following plot:

You can find the full gallery over at

If you've produced a self contained plot, or even a whole tutorial, which you think would go well in the cartopy gallery, we'd love to hear from you.  Just submit a pull request (or even a plain old issue) over at the cartopy github repository.


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