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VIEPS Introduction to Python course (look for year tag for relevant version)
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Python for Earth Scientists

Interactive python notebooks for the 'Introduction to Python' class at the University of Melbourne School of Earth Sciences.

Prof Louis Moresi


Mapping - An introduction to map making with the Cartopy package, including scalar and vector plots, using online map/image tools, and obtaining data with obspy to plot seismicity.

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The sync doesn't work that well with automated builds but this is approximately what the Dockerfile looks like. See Github for details

FROM lmoresi/unimelb-debian-base:v1.01

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## base file has all the labour intensive stuff in it. 
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# Create a non-privileged user to run the notebooks

RUN useradd --create-home --home-dir /home/serpentine --shell /bin/bash --user-group serpentine
RUN mkdir /uom_course && chown serpentine:serpentine /uom_course

# skip if you need to change things in the live container

USER serpentine
ENV HOME=/uom_course
ENV SHELL=/bin/bash
ENV USER=serpentine

RUN git clone /uom_course/ # Watch the cache !

RUN ls /uom_course/Notebooks

# Make a scratch directory available to connect to the host machine.
# Make the Notebook Resources directory available for extracting outputs etc
# Should not be needed as I put a README there in the repo

# RUN mkdir -p /uom_course/Notebooks/external

VOLUME /uom_course/Notebooks/external
VOLUME /uom_course/Notebooks/Mapping/Resources

# Launch the notebook server from the Notebook directory

WORKDIR /uom_course/Notebooks
ENTRYPOINT ["/usr/local/bin/tini", "--"]
CMD jupyter notebook --ip= --no-browser 
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