The Atmospheric Toolbox aims to provide scientists with tools for ingesting, processing, and analyzing atmospheric remote sensing data.
An evolution of the toolbox that is optimized for use within a jupyterlab environment is the Atmosphere Virtual Lab or AVL. AVL includes CODA and HARP but provides new visualisation components that can be used in jupyter notebooks and that provide an alternative to VISAN.
Some of the data supported by the Toolbox are products from satellite instruments such as Tropomi (Sentinel-5P), Aeolus, GOME-2 (MetOp), and OMI (Aura). But the toolbox also supports model data such as CAMS and data from grounds based instruments such as provided by EVDC.