Breaking up arrays up into chunks for fun and science with Xarray and Dask

Andrew Hicks
Xarray is n-dimensional array package deal bringing numpy and pandas-style interfaces to labelled knowledge. Its foremost use is for manipulating scientific datasets saved in NetCDF file format.

The Dask package deal brings process graphs for parallel computation of arrays, by breaking them up into smaller chunks, for lazy processing of arrays. It can deal with larger-than-memory dataset, scaling from a single machine to a cluster.

When used collectively, then can be utilized to analyse all types of scientific knowledge. This speak will take a look at utilizing them to analyse a timeseries of Earth-observation from Landsat satellites.

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