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What kind of changes to the built environment happened in your city within the past 25 years? Looking at and comparing aerial imagery can be an informative and compelling way to investigate changes. In St. Louis, many large building developments have happened over the years including: The St. Louis Arena Demolition The building and opening […]
I was sitting in a presentation a few weeks ago on the R-ArcGIS bridge and I had a question: “Can I use the R-ArcGIS bridge in my Jupyter Notebook?” When I asked one of the presenters if this would be possible, he said, “Yes”. So, after the presentation, I set out to get the R-ArcGIS […]
Here is the original order from the releases of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, as they were released before being moved to Netflix. Title Season/Episode Guest Video Duration Release Date ‘Larry Eats a Pancake’ S1 E1 Larry David 13:35 2012-07-19 ‘Mad Man in a Death Machine’ S1 E2 Ricky Gervais 11:33 2012-08-02 ‘A Monkey and […]
A guest post by Gregory Brunner About two years ago, I wrote about creating shotcharts in ArcGIS using Python and arcpy. In the post, I demonstrated how to scrape the data from stats.nba.com and create a shots feature class from the data. I then shared the resulting shotchart as several web maps in ArcGIS Online. […]