Pangeo Forge Documentation¶
Resources for understanding and using Pangeo Forge
New to Pangeo Forge? Start here!
How the documentation is organized¶
There are a number of places to access resources when working with components of Pangeo Forge. Here is an overview of what you will find:
The Introduction Tutorial is the place to start with Pangeo Forge. It walks the user through the process of getting set up with their first Recipe.
The User Guides explain core Pangeo Forge concepts in detail. They provide background information to aid in gaining a depth of understanding:
Reference Pages are the complete technical documentation of all Pangeo Forge features. They are useful when you want to review a particular functionality in depth, but assume you already have a working knowledge of the code base
There are many respositories that make up Pangeo Forge. Here are links to the different documentation pages:
Connecting the Community¶
Pangeo Forge is a community run effort. There are different roles that people play to support the effort:
Recipe contributors — contributors who write recipes to define the data conversions. This can be anyone with a desire to create analysis ready cloud-optimized (ARCO) data
Bakery operators — individuals or instituations who deploy bakeries on cloud infrastructure to process and host the transformed data. This is typically an organization with a grant to fund the infrastructure
Pangeo forge developers - scientists and software developers who contribute to maintaining and enhancing the open-source code base which makes Pangeo Forge run.
If you are new to Pangeo Forge and looking to get involved, we suggest getting started with recipe contribution. You can do in two ways:
Open a ticket with a dataset request (no code required!) - Get started here (link)
Write a recipe for a dataset you’d like to see transformed - See recipe creation docs
- What is Pangeo Forge?
- Introduction Tutorial
- Recipe User Guide
- Cloud Automation User Guide
- Recipe Tutorials