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[fitsbits] APLpy 0.9.2

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Old June 3rd 09, 05:25 AM posted to sci.astro.fits
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Default [fitsbits] APLpy 0.9.2

We are pleased to announce the release of APLpy 0.9.2.

APLpy is a python module that makes it easy to interactively produce
publication-quality plots of astronomical images in FITS format. More
details are available at


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This release contains a significant improvement to the initial loading
time of the FITSFigure instances, fixes compatibility issues with the
latest version of matplotlib, and fixes an issue that occured with images
projected in Plate Carrée (-CAR).


Eli Bressert and Thomas Robitaille


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