Getting Started with the ArcGIS API for Python and Jupyter Notebooks
(2 Day class) May 14 -15, 2020
$500 Virtual Course
The ArcGIS Application Programming Interface (API) is a Python library that allows GIS visualization and analysis, data management, and system administration via Python scripts. The library is free to download but requires ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS for Portal access to create the GIS object, which is the core of the API library. Jupyter notebooks is an application that provides a place to write scripts (an IDE), as well as a way to visualize results from the script (text, tables, charts, maps, and scenes), and a way to document the script and the results. Notebooks can be shared easily. This course introduces the ArcGIS API by writing and running scripts in Jupyter Notebooks and Jupyter Labs. This course builds on the Python for ArcGIS – Writing Scripts to Manipulate GIS Data TeachMeGIS class, and assumes you have the basic Python skills taught in that course (creating variables, looping, conditional statements, reading and writing to/from files).
Please make certain that you provide your MAILING ADDRESS FOR MATERIALS in your registration. This will be the address that TeachMeGIS will be mailing your course materials to.
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