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Python – Satellite mapping for everyone

Python – Satellite mapping for everyone

Concerned about urban sprawl, landscape change or ecosystem recovery? Wildfire, drought or flooding? A vast amount of satellite data, collected since the 1970s, is freely available for your next mapping project. this video demonstrates how Python helps to make sense of odd scientific data and metadata formats and produce beautiful visualization and map products.

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Python scripting for geoprocessing tables and feature classes in ArcGIS

Python scripting for geoprocessing tables and feature classes in ArcGIS

The python scripting stand-alone table assignments are to process 15 years of tables of spring snow data to a table with columns as years, rows as elevation zones, process a stream discharge table to annual stream discharge tables. The geoprocessing of points include comparing the vegetation class of randomly located points with animal location points, and create 10-cm, 20-cm,30cm…100-cm in ...

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Getting Started with Python in ArcGIS

Getting Started with Python in ArcGIS

DS2010: Getting Started with Python in ArcGIS Python plays a central role in the ArcGIS experience. This video takes you from the basics of Python and running geoprocessing tools and functionality to creating your own tools using Python. New Python features in ArcGIS 10, including ArcPy, ESRI’s new Python site package, are highlighted along with new map automation and map ...

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Designing Beautiful Maps with D3.js

Designing Beautiful Maps with D3.js

D3.js is a powerful javascript-based toolkit that can be used to build beautiful, interactive, data-driven maps for your users. In this talk, Michael will first present the basics of mapping in D3.js, and then show how to build several different types of thematic maps with it including choropleth, dot density, and proportional symbol maps. Along the way, special attention will ...

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Creating Python Toolboxes Using ArcGIS 10.1

Creating Python Toolboxes Using ArcGIS 10.1

Geoprocessing toolboxes and tools can be created entirely with Python at ArcGIS 10.1. In this video, you will learn how authoring toolboxes in Python makes it easier to create and maintain geoprocessing tools, and how Python offers additional functionality not available to script tools or models.

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PyGeoprocessing, an open source high performance geoprocessing and hydrological routing API

PyGeoprocessing, an open source high performance geoprocessing and hydrological routing API

PyGeoprocessing is an open source, free, high performance, memory efficient set of geoprocessing routines developed natively in Python. It includes: a programmable raster stack calculator that handles common GIS routines such as interpolation, masking by shapefile, vector processing, and more; a set of shapefile aggregation and processing routines that handle overlapping polygon features by solving a maximal subset problem; a ...

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