SCAUG Virtual User Group Meeting
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Attribute Rules- Using Arcade to Streamline Data Creation
Catherine Dobbs / Teach Me GIS
Attribute rules take advantage of the versatility of the Arcade language to manage data. This presentation will discuss attribute rules and their uses, with a focus on the use of attribute rules to automatically populate fields when data is created.
Texas Open Data, From Soup to Nuts: An End-to-End Use-Case for Texas Open Data Portal
Jordan Carmona, GISP/ Town of Prosper, TX
This presentation focuses on a classic extract-transform-load (ETL) operation using the State of Texas Open Data portal. We’ll look at how to interact with their Socrata platform using the SODA API, ingest the data with Python using the GeoPandas library alongside the ArcGIS API for Python, and some light data engineering to make it suitable for loading into an Esri-based GIS.
Google Drive folder containing jupyter notebook sample and anaconda environment config files : TexasOpenData - Google Drive
LinkedIn Post I wrote on how to set up a standalone programming environment: Building a Standalone ArcGIS Scripting Environment in Anaconda (linkedin.com)
And a follow-up comment on how everything broke and how to fix it: Jordan Carmona, GISP on LinkedIn: Building a Standalone ArcGIS Scripting Environment in Anaconda
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