Hi developers,

I've been trying to use the Python assp methods (downloaded from the Zenodo 
link) to work with some single scattering data. Specifically, I have been 
trying to use assp.assp_interp_size to interpolate some optical properties onto 
a common size grid. However, there seems to be a number of bugs and typos in 
the code which mean that it doesn't run.

I think I've fixed the code so that it "works" (attached). However, I'm curious 
to know if anyone has actually used this method before, and if there are any 
potential pitfalls I should be aware of? Is there a repository anywhere for the 
database interfaces for up-to-date versions etc?

I also had to make some changes to typhon to get things running - see 



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