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PyBulls: Python for Geographic Information Systems (aka GeoData)

UPDATE: We've exceeded capacity for our normal meeting space, so we will hold this meeting in the Advanced Visualization Center:

http://avc.web.usf.edu/

The Advanced Visualization Center is located at the Physics Building 12010 in CMC (PHY) 147, across from the lecture hall.

If you get hopelessly lost, call @DanDye at 813.235.4802.

tl;dr

Introduction to Python for GIS Application (ESRI/ArcGIS/ArcPy and open source will be covered!)

About this meeting

ESRI Portion (Jeff Jones):
- Quick overview of Python for GIS users new to Python.
- Demo ArcGIS interactive window
- Using Python in the Field Calculator and Label Expression window
- Stand alone Python scripts using Arcpy module 
- Setting up a Python Script Tool in ArcToolbox 
- Linking a Script Tool with built-in tools using Model Builder

Open Source Portion (Dan Dye):
- OGR/GDAL and Python ports
- Shapely
- Fiona
- Pandas
- GeoJSON and TopoJSON
- Cygwin
- Anaconda
- QuantumGIS

About PyBulls

- PyBulls is a Student Organization at the University of South Florida in Tampa.
- PyBulls *is* open to non-students; in fact our mission statement includes a goal to “form a bridge between academic and industry silos”.

About the venue

- UPDATE: this meeting will be in the Advanced Visualization Center CMC (PHY) 147: http://avc.web.usf.edu/
- Here are the USF Parking Maps:
http://usfweb2.usf.edu/parking_services/maps.asp


About parking at USF

- Parking at USF sucks
- There is no free parking at USF
- If paying $6 for parking is a financial burden for you, we will pay for your permit
- Please notify the President of the PyBulls (currently @DanDye) 24 hours before the meeting, so that we can purchase a permit for you in advance
- Here are the USF Parking Maps:
http://usfweb2.usf.edu/parking_services/maps.asp
- Parking at USF still sucks

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  • Jeff J.

    The Ipython notebooks used in our presentations tonight can be found here:

    https://github.com/PyBulls/PyBullsGeo

    May 7, 2014

  • Jason K.

    I hope I'm at the right location. The old physics lecture room? Advanced Visualization Center?

    May 6, 2014

    • Jason K.

      Right place, wrong day! I am a giddy goat.

      May 6, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Will a laptop be necessary for this session?

    May 6, 2014

    • Jeff J.

      No, a laptop is not required. This will be more of a demonstration or lecture than hands-on workshop or hacking session.

      We may do a more hands on follow up session down the road if there is enough interest.

      May 6, 2014

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