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DWright-esristaff
In the Spring of last year Dr. Camilo Mora of the University of Hawaii Manoa contacted our team.  He wanted to know if we would be interested in developing an interactive web map to display the results of a research project he was leading into the effect of rising global temperatures on climatic conditions resulting in human mortality due to heat… (Show more)
GBrunner-esristaff
A coworker recently asked me, "How do I get arcpy connected to my Jupyter Notebook?" I already had IPython installed (as a part of my Anaconda install) and have been using the IPython Notebook for about a year, but I thought this would be a good opportunity to update from the IPython Notebook to the Jupyter Notebook.  Here, I'll detail the steps I… (Show more)
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brooksbreece
A New Mantra for Decision-Making: #UseAllTheData   by Jon Breece April 18, 2017   “You can never have too much reconnaissance. Use every means available before, during, and after battle. Reports must be facts, not opinions; negative as well as positive.”—General George S. Patton, Letter of Instruction, March 6, 19441   Like Patton and… (Show more)
GBrunner-esristaff
The data landscape today, however, is exponentially richer than in decades past—so rich we use the term big data to describe it. The growth in deployment of data-producing sensors on the Internet of Things, the exposure of government and commercially created data, and the explosion in volunteered information via social media and other channels have left organizations awash in varied, voluminous, and high-velocity data...Big Data Analytics: A New Mantra for Decision-Making
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he Python Data Science Handbook is now available! The entire book is also openly published as Jupyter notebooks.Python Data Science on Twitter: "The Python Data ... Check out this link for the Jupyter notebooks: GitHub - jakevdp/PythonDataScienceHandbook: Jupyt...
DWright-esristaff
The R — ArcGIS Bridge makes bringing data into R for analysis really straightforward and is nicely integrated with ArcGIS Pro. You can create R-based GP tools in the ArcGIS Pro toolbox. The integration with Conda means that you can even share tools that depend on other packages and Conda will take care of installing what's needed on someone… (Show more)
GBrunner-esristaff
Good blog post on installing spell checker in Jupyter.
Spell checking in Jupyter notebooks | SIMULKADE
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