0.15.0 (0.15.0)#

From release 0.15 onward, all minor versions of HyRiver packages will be pinned. This ensures that previous minor versions of HyRiver packages cannot be installed with later minor releases. For example, if you have py3dep==0.14.x installed, you cannot install pydaymet==0.15.x. This is to ensure that the API is consistent across all minor versions.

New Features#

  • For now, retain compatibility with shapely<2 while supporting shapley>=2.

0.14.0 (2023-03-05)#

New Features#

  • Ignore index when concatenating multiple responses in json2geodf to ensure indices are unique

  • Add a new function, called coords_list, for converting/validating input coordinates of any type to a list of tuple, i.e., [(x1, y1), (x2, y2), ...].

  • Make xd_write_crs function public.

  • In xarray_geomask if the input geometry is very small return at least one pixel.

  • Add a new function, called multi2poly, for converting a MultiPolygon to a Polygon in a GeoDataFrame. This function tries to convert MultiPolygon to Polygon by first checking if MultiPolygon can be directly converted using their exterior boundaries. If not, will try to remove those small sub-Polygon that their area is less than 1% of the total area of the MultiPolygon. If this fails, the original MultiPolygon will be returned.

Breaking Changes#

  • Bump the minimum required version of shapely to 2.0, and use its new API.

Internal Changes#

  • Sync all minor versions of HyRiver packages to 0.14.0.

0.13.12 (2023-02-10)#

Breaking Changes#

  • The input GeoDataFrame to break_lines now should be in a projected CRS.

New Features#

  • Significant improvements in the accuracy and performance of nested_``Polygon`` by changing the logic. Now, the function first determines the nested Polygon by comparing the centroids of the geometries with their geometry and then picks the largest geometry from each group of nested geometries.

  • Add a new function called query_indicies which is a wrapper around geopandas.sindex.query_bulk. However, instead of returning an array of positional indices, it returns a dictionary of indices where keys are the indices of the input geometry and values are a list of indices of the tree geometries that intersect with the input geometry.

Internal Changes#

  • Simplify geo2polygon by making the two CRS arguments optional and only reproject if CRS values are given and different.

  • Apply the geometry mask in gtiff2xarray even if the input geometry is a bounding box since the mask might not be the same geometry as the one that was used during data query.

  • Fully migrate setup.cfg and setup.py to pyproject.toml.

  • Convert relative imports to absolute with absolufy-imports.

  • Sync all patch versions of HyRiver packages to x.x.12.

0.13.11 (2023-01-08)#

Bug Fixes#

  • Fix an in issue xarray_geomask where for geometries that are smaller than a single pixel, the bbox clipping operation fails. This is fixed by using the auto_expand option of rioxarray.clip_box.

0.13.10 (2022-12-09)#

New Features#

  • Add a new function called nested_``Polygon`` for determining nested (multi)``Polygon`` in a gepandas.GeoDataFrame or geopandas.GeoSeries.

  • Add a new function called geodf2xarray for rasterizing a geopandas.GeoDataFrame to a xarray.DataArray.

Internal Changes#

  • Modify the codebase based on Refurb suggestions.

  • In xarray_geomask, if drop=True recalculate its transform to ensure the correct geo references are set if the shape of the dataset changes.

0.13.8 (2022-11-04)#

Internal Changes#

  • Improve the performance of xarray_geomask significantly by first clipping the data to the geometry’s bounding box, then if the geometry is a polygon, masking the data with the polygon. This is much faster than directly masking the data with the polygon. Also, support passing a bounding box to xarray_geomask in addition to polygon and MultiPolygon.

  • Fix deprecation warning of pandas when changing the geometry column of a GeoDataFrame in then break_lines function.

0.13.7 (2022-11-04)#

Internal Changes#

  • When combining the responses, now dask handles data chunking more efficiently. This is especially important for handling large responses from WMS services.

  • Improve type hints for CRS-related arguments of all functions by including string, integer, and pyproj.CRS types.

  • In gtiff2xarray use rasterio engine to make sure all rioxarray attrs are read.

0.13.6 (2022-08-30)#

Internal Changes#

  • Add the missing PyPi classifiers for the supported Python versions.

0.13.5 (2022-08-29)#

Breaking Changes#

  • Append “Error” to all exception classes for conforming to PEP-8 naming conventions.

0.13.2 (2022-06-14)#

Breaking Changes#

  • Set the minimum supported version of Python to 3.8 since many of the dependencies such as xarray, pandas, rioxarray have dropped support for Python 3.7.

  • Bump min versions of rioxarray to 0.10 since it adds reading/writing GCPs.

Internal Changes#

  • Use micromamba for running tests and use nox for linting in CI.

0.13.1 (2022-06-11)#

New Features#

  • Add support for passing a custom bounding box in the Coordinates class. The default is the bounds of EPSG:4326 to retain backward compatibility. This new class parameter allows a user to check if a list of coordinates is within a custom bounding box. The bounds should be the EPSG:4326 coordinate system.

  • Add a new function called geometry_list for converting a list of multi-geometries to a list of geometries.

0.13.0 (2022-03-03)#

Internal Changes#

  • Write nodata attribute using rioxarray in geotiff2xarray since the clipping operation of rioxarray uses this value as fill value.

Bug Fixes#

  • In the break_lines function, convert MultiLineString into LineString since shapely.ops.substring only accepts LineString.

0.12.3 (2022-02-04)#

New Features#

  • Add a function called break_lines for breaking lines at given points.

  • Add a function called snap2nearest for snapping points to the nearest point on a line with a given tolerance. It accepts a geopandas.GeoSeries of points and a geopandas.GeoSeries or geopandas.GeoDataFrame of lines. It automatically snaps to the closest lines in the input data.

0.12.2 (2022-01-15)#

New Features#

  • Add a new class called GeoBSpline that generates B-splines from a set of coordinates. The spline attribute of this class has five attributes: x and y coordinates, phi and radius which are curvature and radius of curvature, respectively, and distance which is the total distance of each point along the B-spline from the starting points.

  • Add a new class called Coordinates that validates a set of lon/lat coordinates. It normalizes longitudes to the range [-180, 180) and has a points property that is geopandas.GeoSeries with validated coordinates. It uses spatial indexing to speed up the validation and should be able to handle large datasets efficiently.

  • Make transform2tuple a public function.

Internal Changes#

  • The geometry and geo_crs arguments of gtiff2xarray are now optional. This is useful for cases when the input GeoTiff response is the results of a bounding box query and there is no need for a geometry mask.

  • Replace the missing values after adding geometry mask via xarray_geomask by the nodatavals attribute of the input xarray.DataArray or xarray.Dataset. Therefore, the data type of the input xarray.DataArray or xarray.Dataset is conserved.

  • Expose connectivity argument of rasterio.features.shapes function in xarray2geodf function.

  • Move all private functions to a new module to make the main module less cluttered.

0.12.1 (2021-12-31)#

Internal Changes#

  • Refactor arcgis2geojson for better readability and maintainability.

  • In arcgis2geojson set the geometry to null if its type is not supported, such as curved polylines.

0.12.0 (2021-12-27)#

Internal Changes#

  • Add all the missing types so mypy --strict passes.

  • Bump version to 0.12.0 to match the release of pygeoogc.

0.11.7 (2021-11-09)#

Internal Changes#

  • Use rioxarray for dealing with GeoTIFF binaries since xarray deprecated the xarray.open_rasterio function, as it’s discussed in this PR.

  • Use importlib-metadata for getting the version instead of pkg_resources to decrease import time as discussed in this issue.

0.11.6 (2021-10-06)#

New Features#

  • Add a new function, xarray2geodf, to convert a xarray.DataArray to a geopandas.GeoDataFrame.

0.11.5 (2021-06-16)#

Bug Fixes#

  • Fix an issue with gtiff2xarray where the scales and offsets attributes of the output DataArray were floats rather than tuples (GH 30).

Internal Changes#

  • Add a new function, transform2tuple, for converting Affine transforms to a tuple. Previously, the Affine transform was converted to a tuple using to_gdal() method of rasterio.Affine which was not compatible with rioxarray.

0.11.4 (2021-08-26)#

Internal Changes#

  • Use ujson for JSON parsing instead of orjson since orjson only serializes to bytes which is not compatible with aiohttp.

  • Convert the transform attribute data type from Affine to tuple since saving a data array to netcdf cannot handle the Affine type.

0.11.3 (2021-08-19)#

  • Fix an issue in geotiff2xarray related to saving a xarray object to NetCDF when its transform attribute has Affine type rather than a tuple.

0.11.2 (2021-07-31)#

The highlight of this release is performance improvement in gtiff2xarray for handling large responses.

New Features#

  • Automatic detection of the driver by default in gtiff2xarray as opposed to it being GTiff.

Internal Changes#

  • Make geo2polygon, get_transform, and get_nodata_crs public functions since other packages use it.

  • Make xarray_mask a public function and simplify gtiff2xarray.

  • Remove MatchCRS since it’s already available in pygeoogc.

  • Validate input geometry in geo2polygon.

  • Refactor gtiff2xarray to check for the ds_dims outside the main loops to improve the performance. Also, the function tries to detect the dimension names automatically if ds_dims is not provided by the user, explicitly.

  • Improve performance of json2geodf by using list comprehension and performing checks outside the main loop.

Bug Fixes#

  • Add the missing arguments for masking the data in gtiff2xarray.

0.11.1 (2021-06-19)#

Bug Fixes#

  • In some edge cases the y-coordinates of a response might not be monotonically sorted so dask fails. This release sorts them to address this issue.

0.11.0 (2021-06-19)#

New Features#

  • Function gtiff2xarray returns a parallelized xarray.Dataset or xarray.DataAraay that can handle large responses much more efficiently. This is achieved using dask.

Breaking Changes#

  • Drop support for Python 3.6 since many of the dependencies such as xarray and pandas have done so.

  • Refactor MatchCRS. Now, it should be instantiated by providing the in and out CRSs like so: MatchCRS(in_crs, out_crs). Then its methods, namely, geometry, bounds and coords, can be called. These methods now have only one input, geometry.

  • Change input and output types of MatchCRS.coords from tuple of lists of coordinates to list of (x, y) coordinates.

  • Remove xarray_mask and gtiff2file since rioxarray is more general and suitable.

Internal Changes#

  • Remove unnecessary type checks for private functions.

  • Refactor json2geodf to improve robustness. Use get method of dict for checking key availability.

0.10.1 (2021-03-27)#

  • Setting transform of the merged dataset explicitly (GH 3).

  • Add announcement regarding the new name for the software stack, HyRiver.

  • Improve pip installation and release workflow.

0.10.0 (2021-03-06)#

  • The first release after renaming hydrodata to PyGeoHydro.

  • Address GH 1 by sorting y coordinate after merge.

  • Make mypy checks more strict and fix all the errors and prevent possible bugs.

  • Speed up CI testing by using mamba and caching.

0.9.0 (2021-02-14)#

  • Bump version to the same version as PyGeoHydro.

  • Add gtiff2file for saving raster responses as geotiff file(s).

  • Fix an error in _get_nodata_crs for handling no data value when its value in the source is None.

  • Fix the warning during the GeoDataFrame generation in json2geodf when there is no geometry column in the input JSON.

0.2.0 (2020-12-06)#

  • Added checking the validity of input arguments in gtiff2xarray function and provide useful messages for debugging.

  • Add support for MultiPolygon.

  • Remove the fill_hole argument.

  • Fixed a bug in xarray_geomask for getting the transform.

0.1.10 (2020-08-18)#

  • Fixed the gtiff2xarray issue with high resolution requests and improved robustness of the function.

  • Replaced simplejson with orjson to speed up JSON operations.

0.1.9 (2020-08-11)#

  • Modified griff2xarray to reflect the latest changes in pygeoogc 0.1.7.

0.1.8 (2020-08-03)#

  • Retained the compatibility with xarray 0.15 by removing the attrs flag.

  • Added xarray_geomask function and made it a public function.

  • More efficient handling of large GeoTiff responses by cropping the response before converting it into a dataset.

  • Added a new function called geo2polygon for converting and transforming a polygon or bounding box into a Shapely’s Polygon in the target CRS.

0.1.6 (2020-07-23)#

  • Fixed the issue with flipped mask in WMS.

  • Removed drop_duplicates since it may cause issues in some instances.

0.1.4 (2020-07-22)#

  • Refactor griff2xarray and added support for WMS 1.3.0 and WFS 2.0.0.

  • Add MatchCRS class.

  • Remove dependency on PyGeoOGC.

  • Increase test coverage.

0.1.3 (2020-07-21)#

  • Remove duplicate rows before returning the dataframe in the json2geodf function.

  • Add the missing dependency

0.1.0 (2020-07-21)#

  • First release on PyPI.