Geospatial

Python for Geospatial work flows part 4: Updating from Python 3.6 to 3.7 with Anaconda

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18 months ago I wrote about setting up Anaconda for Python. The post is here I highly recommend using Anaconda. I have now come to a natural break in projects and I want to upgrade my version to Python 3.7 – which is the default version that Anaconda uses (3.7.7 as of the start of… Read More »Python for Geospatial work flows part 4: Updating from Python 3.6 to 3.7 with Anaconda

Geospatial Python Course V1

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I started blogging on www.acgeospatial.co.uk in May 2016 and since then (at the time of writing in January 2020) I have gone on to write over 120 blog posts. I write loosely around the topic of Earth Observation and Satellite imagery but also more generally on Geospatial topics. GIS is my background. I am a… Read More »Geospatial Python Course V1

Earth Observation Q1 2019 review

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I started writing these reviews two years ago, really to get a feel of the pace of change in Earth Observation / Geospatial today. If you are interested in the major EO related events in 2017 and 2018, please go to the links below: Earth Observation Q4 2018 review and Q4 2017 Earth Observation Q1… Read More »Earth Observation Q1 2019 review

Julia for Geospatial part 3 – reading, displaying and writing raster data

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This is part three of the Julia for Geospatial series. In part one, available here, I introduced Julia and showed you how to install it, plus how to get the packages you will need to work with raster data. In part two, available here, I directly compared the speed of Python and Julia by opening… Read More »Julia for Geospatial part 3 – reading, displaying and writing raster data