Happy new year!
Thought I'd share some MovingPandas samples with you: http://exploration.movingpandas.org
jupyter. A simple csv file is served via both
jupyterservice, which runs from inside the same docker network.
essentially, I put some data in a volume and I made this data available in:
and everything works as expected
I then use a jupyter container (on the same docker network) to access the same data but using the
docker-machine-name defined in the docker-compose
pydap client I can access the data served by hyrax, or I can use
wget to fetch the data served via apache ... but when trying to attemt to fetch the data served by pydap I got an error ...
Martin Christen, [26 jul. 2020 21:27:49]: July 27 would have been the date for GeoPython 2020, it is really sad it didn't happen. But I have interesting news There will be a "mini" GeoPython 2020 online edition, September 21-22, 2020 (together with Python Machine Learning Conference). Call for proposals is open until August 17. http://2020.geopython.net/ - More information will follow!
geopy. Many geo-folks use proj but looks like your case can be covered with
geopy. Their main comm-channel is StackOverflow.
Hi all: FYI Joint OSGeo/OGC/ASF sprint 17-19 February 2021:
This is a great opportunity for Geopython projects to converge and collaborate w/ both OGC and Apache. pycsw/pygeoapi/OWSLib projects will be on hand, and it will be great to see others.
The sprint is online/virtual and open to all. See you there!
Hi all: I just realized our Geopython projects presentation (http://geopython.github.io/presentation/) had an
import geopython statement.
I’ve since created a first pass vanity package at https://pypi.org/project/geopython/ (source code https://github.com/geopython/geopython), which one can install and run :). As always, contributions welcome.
We are building the FOSS4G schedule and we noticed there are a few proposals that are "Live Coding". A developer live codes around some topic (like how to do maps with X and Y) and accepts requests/suggestions from the audience asking how to do stuff.
Is someone brave enough here to want to do a session like this around one of your geopython projects? I am thinking showing how to work with pyWPS or the pyGeoAPI could be pretty interesting :) That could help attracting more members to the communities once they see the project in action.
Some geopython presence at FOSS42021:
Hoping to see other/more geopython projects this year :)