wind-js-server - Service to expose Grib2 wind forecast data as JSON

  •        26

Simple demo rest service to expose GRIB2 wind forecast data (1 degree, 6 hourly from NOAA) as JSON. Consumed in wind-js-leaflet. Contains a pre-packaged copy of grib2json for conversion.

http://danwild.github.io/wind-js-leaflet/
https://github.com/danwild/wind-js-server

Dependencies:

cors : ^2.7.1
express : ^4.13.4
moment : ^2.12.0
q : ^1.4.1
request : ^2.70.0

Tags
Implementation
License
Platform

   




Related Projects

wind-js - An demo animation of wind on a Canvas layer in the JSAPI

  •    Javascript

This project is an experiment in client-side data processing and visualization. Most of the code in this project is taken from https://github.com/cambecc/earth and has been re-purposed to support easier application to a variety of mapping APIs and Frameworks. The code for this project uses nothing but an HTML5 Canvas element and pure Javascript. The data come from the Global Forecast System which produces a large variety of datasets as continuous global gridded datasets (more info below). The data is passed into a JS class called Windy which takes the bounds of the map, the data, and the canvas element and then applies a Bilinear Interpolation to generate a smooth surface. Once the surface has been generated a function randomly places "particles" onto the canvas at random x/y points. Each particle is then "evolved", moving in a direction and at a velocity dictated by the interpolated surface.

Weather forecast for handheld internet capable device

  •    

Small PHP-project. Display wind speed and temperature for one preconfigured location. Using XML weather data aquired from the popular weather forecast website yr.no. Feel free to try the application at http://evalanche.me/yrlondon.php .

World-Wind-Java

  •    C++

World Wind, an open source 3D interactive world viewer, was created by NASA's Learning Technologies project, and released in mid-2004. It is now developed by NASA staff and open source community developers.

Wind

  •    C

Wind is a window manager for the X Window System. It supports virtual desktops, optional Xft font rendering, and is fairly standards compliant.

WEST

  •    Java

WEST (Wind Energy Simulation Toolkit) is a wind simulation application. It can be use to obtain high resolution results at various altitudes.


.Net Micro Framework Weather Station

  •    

This project helps you to build a weather station based on .Net Micro Framework and using some sensors (temperature, humidity, luminosity and wind speed).

party-mode - An experimental music visualizer using d3.js and the web audio api.

  •    Javascript

Using the web audio api, I can get an array of numbers which corresponds to the waveform of the sound an html5 audio element is producing. There's a good tutorial on how to do this. Then, using requestAnimationFrame (with a little frame limiting for performance reasons) I'm updating that array as the music changes. I then normalize the data a bit (or transform it slightly depending on the visualization) and redraw the screen based on the updated array. I'm using d3.js to draw and redraw SVG based on this normalized data. Each visualization uses the data a bit differently -- it was mostly trial and error to get some stuff I liked looking at. Since I'm using D3 -- which is just drawing SVG -- I was able to style everything in CSS (no images are used at all, including icons). There are a handful of differently colored themes for each visualization, and I do some rudimentary CSS namespacing by updating a class applied to the html element. eg. <html class='theme_1'>. This lets me override or substitute CSS rules pretty trivially. I can add some additional variation to each theme by messing with pseudo selectors. For example, I can use :nth-of-type to hide every nth SVG rectangle or making every odd child have a different stroke-dasharray, etc.

Weather Report Widget

  •    WPF

WPF-based application for displaying temperature, wind direction and speed for the selected city.

eeeweather

  •    C++

A weather temperature and wind speed report applet for QT4-compliant taskbar with a temperature graph to show trend. Initially designed for EeePC, but works as well on Gnome and KDE desktops. Takes minimum space on the desktop, and is low on resources.

textures - Textures.js is a JavaScript library for creating SVG patterns

  •    Javascript

Textures.js is a javascript library for creating SVG patterns. Made on top of d3.js, it is designed for data visualization. Read more on http://riccardoscalco.github.io/textures/.

Vue.D3.tree - Vue component to display tree based on D3.js layout.

  •    Vue

Update documentationVue components to display graphics based on D3.js layout. For all these events, the argument passed is {element, data} where element represents the node build by D3.js and data is the node raw data.

SiriProxy - A (tampering) proxy server for Apple's Siri

  •    Ruby

SiriProxy does not (at this time) work with iOS 7. Significant changes made to the Siri protocol stack have rendered SiriProxy inoperable with iOS 7. Some of the changes are easy to patch, others may wind up requiring significant work. See #542 for ongoing discussion regarding the effort to make SiriProxy work with iOS 7. However, SiriProxy may never support iOS 7. So if SiriProxy is important, you should avoid upgrading your device. Siri Proxy is a proxy server for Apple's Siri "assistant." The idea is to allow for the creation of custom handlers for different actions. This can allow developers to easily add functionality to Siri.

cytoscape

  •    Javascript

Cytoscape.js is a fully featured graph theory library. Do you need to model and/or visualise relational data, like biological data or social networks? If so, Cytoscape.js is just what you need. Cytoscape.js contains a graph theory model and an optional renderer to display interactive graphs. This library was designed to make it as easy as possible for programmers and scientists to use graph theory in their apps, whether it's for server-side analysis in a Node.js app or for a rich user interface.

ngx-graph - Graph visualization library for angular

  •    TypeScript

This library is focused on handling graph data (anything with nodes and edges) rather than chart data. Currently the only visualization uses the Dagre layout, which is specialized for directed graphs. The plan is to implement multiple visualisations for graph data within this same library. Eventually, ngx-charts-force-directed-graph may be imported into this library as another option to visualize your graph data. ngx-graph is a Swimlane open-source project; we believe in giving back to the open-source community by sharing some of the projects we build for our application. Swimlane is an automated cyber security operations and incident response platform that enables cyber security teams to leverage threat intelligence, speed up incident response and automate security operations.

js_data - Data manipulation and processing in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Data manipulation, data cleaning, and data processing in JavaScript. This guide teaches the basics of manipulating data using JavaScript in the browser, or in node.js. Specifically, these tasks are geared around preparing data for further analysis and visualization.

js-code-to-svg-flowchart - js2flowchart - a visualization library to convert any JavaScript code into beautiful SVG flowchart

  •    Javascript

Why? While I've been working on Under-the-hood-ReactJS I spent enormous amount of time on creating schemes. Each change in code or flowchart affects all entire scheme instantly, forcing you to move and align 'broken pieces'. Just repeated manual work... Imagine a library which takes any JS code and generate SVG flowchart from it, works on client and server. Allows you easily adjust styles scheme for your context or demonstrate your code logic from different abstractions levels. Highlighting, destructing whole blocks, custom modifiers for your needs etc.

riffed - Provides idiomatic Elixir bindings for Apache Thrift

  •    Elixir

Thrift's Erlang implementation isn't very pleasant to use in Elixir. It prefers records to structs, littering your code with tuples. It swallows enumerations you've defined, banishing them to the realm of wind and ghosts. It requires that you write a bunch of boilerplate handler code, and client code that's not very Elixir-y. Riffed fixes this. For a detailed guide on how to get started with Riffed, and creating your first Riffed server and client, see the Getting Started Guide. For a general summary of some of the features Riffed provides, continue reading.

AlbumViewerVNext - West Wind Album Viewer ASP.NET Core and Angular Sample

  •    Javascript

This is a sample ASP.NET Core application that demonstrates basic features of ASP.NET Core in an API backend application with an Angular frontend. The application allows browsing and editing of a list of albums and artists interactively. The sample also includes a few Server Side Rendered MVC pages for browsing and viewing of albums and artists. I'll be adding the edit pages at a later point.

raw - The missing link between spreadsheets and data visualization

  •    Javascript

RAWGraphs is an open web tool to create custom vector-based visualizations on top of the amazing d3.js library by Mike Bostock. It has been developed by DensityDesign Research Lab (Politecnico di Milano) and Calibro, and sustained through a corporate stewardship by ContactLab. Primarily conceived as a tool for designers and vis geeks, RAWGraphs aims at providing a missing link between spreadsheet applications (e.g. Microsoft Excel, Apple Numbers, Google Docs, OpenRefine, …) and vector graphics editors (e.g. Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape, …).

ggforce - Accelerating ggplot2

  •    R

ggforce is a package aimed at providing missing functionality to ggplot2 through the extension system introduced with ggplot2 v2.0.0. Broadly speaking ggplot2 has been aimed primarily at explorative data visualization in order to investigate the data at hand, and less at providing utilities for composing custom plots a la D3.js. ggforce is mainly an attempt to address these "shortcoming" (design choices might be a better description). The goal is to provide a repository of geoms, stats, etc. that are as well documented and implemented as the official ones found in ggplot2. The inclusion of any geom, stat, position etc in ggforce is not necessarily a recommendation of their use. ggplot2 has been successful in being opinionated about what functionality should be available. This is good as it insulates the user from making bad decisions when analyzing their data (to a certain degree), but it also makes it difficult to develop novel visualizations using the ggplot2 API. ggforce on the other hand positions itself closer to the "anything goes - the user is responsible for the quality of the output". Be very aware of this responsibility! Bad visualizations lie about, distorts, and obscure the data behind them, both to you and the ones you share your visualizations with.