The popular meteorological plotting and analysis tool GEMPAK is no longer formally supported
and Unidata is only producing occasional maintenance releases. To help GEMPAK users convert to
the Python ecosystem we have compiled this list of GEMPAK programs, commands, parameters, etc.
and their Python equivalents. These tables are continually updated as we add more functionality
to MetPy as part of an National Science Foundation grant. Where issues have been filed, we have
linked to them. Please feel free to tackle of these, comment on their importance in the issue
tracker, or file a new issue.
Green rows represent implemented functionality, red is not implemented (with issue listed),
blue is uncertain of parity, and white is unevaluated.