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[https://github.com/asbjorn-christensen/GridWetData GridWetData] is a package to access data in a water body, which is described by an underlying grid. Layers of the ''NW Shelf Seas'' area on this site are generated by post processing code for [https://github.com/asbjorn-christensen/OCEBIS OCEBIS] using GridWetData.
 
[https://github.com/asbjorn-christensen/GridWetData GridWetData] is a package to access data in a water body, which is described by an underlying grid. Layers of the ''NW Shelf Seas'' area on this site are generated by post processing code for [https://github.com/asbjorn-christensen/OCEBIS OCEBIS] using GridWetData.
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GridWetData provides a Python API to gridded hydrographic data, including CMEMS data, making data manipulation and visualization easy. It is designed following  objected-oriented standards for transparency, extensibility and compactness. Below is shown a few inheritance diagrams generated by Doxygen. GridWetData is free, open software

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GridWetData is a package to access data in a water body, which is described by an underlying grid. Layers of the NW Shelf Seas area on this site are generated by post processing code for OCEBIS using GridWetData. GridWetData provides a Python API to gridded hydrographic data, including CMEMS data, making data manipulation and visualization easy. It is designed following objected-oriented standards for transparency, extensibility and compactness. Below is shown a few inheritance diagrams generated by Doxygen. GridWetData is free, open software