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The Meteomatics tech blog explores and explains the developments, news and trends surrounding data science and weather by exploring new and useful open source applications for our weather API.

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Meet Our Author

Thomas Eldridge

Since graduating from his Physics degree in 2015, Tom has been a researcher in Meteorology, with a focus on rescuing old satellite data and applying it to questions of historical climate. He joined Meteomatics in 2021 and is exploring new applications of the extensive weather API database. When not in the office he is, on average, halfway up a mountain.

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Flood Modelling Part 2
08/24/2022 / How to use pysheds to predict flood extents
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Flood Modelling Part 1
07/15/2022 / How to delineate river catchment areas for flood modelling using pysheds
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Google's Dialogueflow
03/07/2022 / Using Google's Dialogueflow to Create an AI Chatbot
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Comparing Weather Data Sources
01/26/2022 / How to find the most reliable API data for your usage
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Intro to Julia
12/22/2021 / A discussion of the merits of a new programming language, and a new connector to the API
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Energy Market Predictions
11/26/2021 / How to Program a Python Script for Regular Energy Weather Forecasting with Meteomatics Weather API
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An Alexa Skill
11/09/2021 / How to develop a weather data voice assistant with Python
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Thomas Eldridge
Technology Evangelist

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