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Note that these examples are only skeletons to illustrate the functionality of Magics.

You can download this Jupyter notebook and temperature, geopotential, precipitation, precipitation type and satellite data from ECMWF github space.














































Links in this section are relative links on GitHub!

Here are relevant links for the same notebooks on Confluence:

Contours tutorial 2 - Shading

Contours tutorial 3 - Automatic shading

Symbols tutorial 1 - Introduction to Symbols plotting

Symbols tutorial 2 - Advanced Symbols plotting



Plotting in directly in Jupyter notebooks doesn't need output to be specified. Most of the time you will want an output.

To run this outside of Jupyter notebooks add this piece of code:
png = output(
    output_formats = ['png'],
    output_name_first_page_number = "off",
    output_name = "my_maps")   
magics.plot(png, top_left, projection, temperature, t_cont, ..., symb_legend, top_right_text)




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