pygeodyn 1.1.0: a Python package for geomagnetic data assimilation

Huder, Loïc; Gillet, Nicolas; Thollard, Franck

The pygeodyn package is a sequential geomagnetic data assimilation tool written in Python. It gives access to the core surface dynamics, controlled by geomagnetic observations, by means of a stochastic model anchored to geodynamo simulation statistics. The pygeodyn package aims to give access to a user-friendly and flexible data assimilation algorithm. It is designed to be tunable by the community by different means, including the following: the possibility to use embedded data and priors or to supply custom ones; tunable parameters through configuration files; and adapted documentation for several user profiles. In addition, output files are directly supported by the package webgeodyn that provides a set of visualization tools to explore the results of computations.



Huder, Loïc / Gillet, Nicolas / Thollard, Franck: pygeodyn 1.1.0: a Python package for geomagnetic data assimilation. 2019. Copernicus Publications.


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