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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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GeoExt2 : Past, Present and Future

GeoExt2 : Past, Present and Future

GeoExt is Open Source and enables building desktop-like GIS applications through the web. It is a JavaScript framework that combines the GIS functionality of OpenLayers with the user interface savvy of the ExtJS library provided by Sencha. Version 2 of GeoExt (geoext.github.io/geoext2/, released in October 2013) is the successor to the GeoExt 1.x-series and is built atop the newest official ...

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Introduction to Spatial Data Analysis with Python

Introduction to Spatial Data Analysis with Python

Attendees will learn about geoprocessing, analyzing and visualizing spatial data using Python and how it compares to other available options such as desktop GIS options (ArcMap or QGIS) or R. The talk will introduce various Python projects such as PySAL, GeoPandas, and Rasterio, and give attendees a starting place for independently exploring and learning geoprocessing skills using Python.

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Python Essential in ArcGIS

Python Essential in ArcGIS

This video present an introduction to scripting using Python in ArcGIS and shows all things that you need to develop custom GIS applications in ArcGIS using Python.

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What Tomorrow’s GIS Workforce Needs to Know About GIS Programming

What Tomorrow's GIS Workforce Needs to Know About GIS Programming

In order to stay competitive, today’s GIS professional is expected to have a solid understanding of the “technical end of things.” This includes traditional skills in database administration, repetitive task automation and software customization, and newer skills related to cloud- and server-based technology. This webinar identifies key themes and trends in GIS software development and programming and looks at how ...

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