Learning Geospatial Analysis with Python - Third Edition

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Learn
  • Automate geospatial analysis workflows using Python
  • Code the simplest possible GIS in just 60 lines of Python
  • Create thematic maps with Python tools such as PyShp, OGR, and the Python Imaging Library
  • Understand the different formats that geospatial data comes in
  • Produce elevation contours using Python tools
  • Create flood inundation models
  • Apply geospatial analysis to real-time data tracking and storm chasing
About

Geospatial analysis is used in almost every domain you can think of, including defense, farming, and even medicine. With this systematic guide, you'll get started with geographic information system (GIS) and remote sensing analysis using the latest features in Python.

This book will take you through GIS techniques, geodatabases, geospatial raster data, and much more using the latest built-in tools and libraries in Python 3.7. You'll learn everything you need to know about using software packages or APIs and generic algorithms that can be used for different situations. Furthermore, you'll learn how to apply simple Python GIS geospatial processes to a variety of problems, and work with remote sensing data.

By the end of the book, you'll be able to build a generic corporate system, which can be implemented in any organization to manage customer support requests and field support personnel.

Features
  • Create GIS solutions using the new features introduced in Python 3.7
  • Explore a range of GIS tools and libraries such as PostGIS, QGIS, and PROJ
  • Learn to automate geospatial analysis workflows using Python and Jupyter
Page Count 456
Course Length 13 hours 40 minutes
ISBN 9781789959277
Date Of Publication 27 Sep 2019

Authors

Joel Lawhead

Joel Lawhead is a PMI-certified Project Management Professional, a certified GIS Professional, and the Chief Information Officer of NVision Solutions Inc., an award-winning firm specializing in geospatial technology integration and sensor engineering for NASA, FEMA, NOAA, the US Navy, and many other commercial and non-profit organizations. Joel began using Python in 1997 and started combining it with geospatial software development in 2000. He has authored multiple editions of Learning Geospatial Analysis with Python and QGIS Python Programming Cookbook, both from Packt. He is also the developer of the open source Python Shapefile Library (PyShp) and maintains a geospatial technical blog, GeospatialPython, and Twitter feed, @SpatialPython.