First and foremost, I celebrate the merging of the PR that brings reproject to NDCube! It defines a base-level functionality or MVP if you want to call it that, along with some relevant documentation. We also mark the release of ndcube’s 2.0 RC1. This is an important milestone since ndcube 2.0 brings significant changes, owing to the implementation of the new high-level WCS API.
Our next plan of action was to extend the method to use other algorithms that reproject supports. Interpolation (the one that the above PR implements) supports multi-dimensional cubes but “adaptive” and “exact” algorithms do not. For…
So here I am, a month into the coding period and at the onset of the first evaluation. I talked about what my project was in the last blog, and I’ll use this one to cover the progress we’ve made.
All the work so far has been compiled into 3 messy PRs. To start with, reprojecting an NDCube onto another WCS requires that you first validate whether the source and target WCS transformations are in fact compatible. It’s no good if they represent an entirely different coordinate system. They need to have the same number of world axes and in…
I had been eyeing Google Summer of Code last year (and the year before that), but never really got around to doing anything about it. It’s a wonderful learning experience and being in my final year of college this was the last opportunity I was going to get. So I decided to give it a shot.
I started late, sometime during late February. I picked out a few organizations that looked interesting to me. openastronomy particularly caught my eye because I was working on another project of mine related to Astronomy. In fact we were using one of the Python…
Yeah, never thought I’d be writing a guide that explains how to sign out of something. After all, RealVNC Server does not have a Sign Out button for some ungodly reason.
Anyway, it turns out that all you need to do is delete one file, which stores this data.
If you’re on Linux, you will find it at /root/.vnc/config.d/vncserver-x11.d/CloudCredentials.bed. Delete it with
sudo rm /root/.vnc/config.d/vncserver-x11.d/CloudCredentials.bed
For Windows, the file will be at
If not here, you can refer to this video to find the location.