PySAL is an open source cross-platform library of spatial analysis functions written in Python. It is intended to support the development of high level applications for spatial analysis. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84105444598
Rad thanks @danekwo! Will be able to get a thorough look tomorrow
pysal 2.5.0 is released. Will be updating docs and doing pr starting on monday. Thanks to all for the fantastic work!
Gratz on 2.5.0, all! As a reminder for the dev meeting this coming Friday (8/5/2021), please feel free to add any items you would like to discuss to the HackMD document
Hi all - monthly dev meeting set to start in 5 minutes or so. Agenda available here. Would someone mind circulating the google meet? I'm currently in the waiting room and have a feeling this isn't quite right...
Hi! Apologies for popping here again, I'm not the best at coding. I'm running into some issues when trying to build weight objects from an xArray dataArray with some missing values (np.nan), as it appears to not ignore points with missing values. When running "w.islands", an empty array is returned. Is there please anyone available for a quick call sometime this week to see if I've made an obvious mistake? Thanks. (I can provide my code if needed)
Levi John Wolf
Hi Dan, the missing pixels are ignored, rather than added as “disconnected” points.
i saw the error go up last on the nightlies yesterday. I think its a quick fix over in rvlib
i think you could get around it by pinning whatever the prior release of pyyaml is
but i can get a new rvlib released quickly that will fix
Cool! If you’re planning on releasing soon, I might hold on until that. The container has so many libraries that I’m learning the hard way pinning a given variable feels great at night but you usually regret it in the morning :smile: