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Geospatial Python

Geospatial Python

GEOSTAT is a summer school, a one-week block course, that gathers some of the main developers of the spatial analysis tools within the Open Source communities such as the R project for statistical computing, GRASS project and SAGA GIS. The main objective of GEOSTAT is to promote the use of Open Source tools, especially within the academic communities and governmental ...

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Carto CSS and UTF Grids for Collaborative Mapping

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Warning, this talk is about cartographers designing and building web applications. Tasked with making a mapping application for internal business use, we reached out for open source tools that could be combined to produce a platform for collaborative mapping and data sharing. We used tools like Mapbox.js, windshaft, mapnik, and PostGIS to build a web based application that allows its ...

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QGIS and It’s Python Bindings

QGIS and It’s Python Bindings

During this 45 minute talk, Tim will give a walk through of the QGIS and it’s python bindings and demonstrate how you can manipulate the application and geospatial data using the python API. He will then introduce the InaSAFE project from a python programmer’s perspective and show how we have designed the application to make it an award winning, well ...

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GeoJSON and Leaflet

GeoJSON and Leaflet

This series of tutorials shows you how to set up a Leaflet map from scratch (Parts 1-3), how to create GeoJSON files (Part 4), and how to import and style GeoJSON data over your Leaflet tileset (Part 5) and also style the info windows/pop ups. It also shows you how to make interactive buttons to control your GeoJSON layers (Part ...

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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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