January 26, 2023, Pueblo, CO
Cost: $25 Member Discount Available
This training will cover installing Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL) and Python and then using python to solve challenging spatial problems, including group by operation, writing geometries. Finding all addresses within x distance of a running line. Writing reports to csv. No longer should you need a 6 figure GIS software budget to do GIS work. With QGIS, Python and a little knowledge you can truly unlock GIS. We will also compare and contrast Esri cursors as looping through geometries using GDAL or Esri is similar.
Prerequisites: This course requires you to have taken an introductory Python course and at least one GIS course before. This course assumes that you can write a python for loop already.
Register to reserve your spot. A discount code is available to active members on the members dashboard.
Cost: $25 per person
Pueblo County Emergency Service Center
101 W 10th Street, Pueblo CO 81003
Space is limited so register now. Lunch provided.
Lodging: GIS Colorado a room discount at Courtyard by Marriott, Pueblo, CO of $112 per night. How to get the discount will be shared with your registration for the training and/or meetup in Eventbrite. Discount is available through January 6th, 2023 while space is available.
- 100% refund seven days before the scheduled event.
- 0% refund less than 7 days before the scheduled event.
Presenter: Luke Kaim Thelen is a Senior Support Engineer at IQGeo. He helps customers use the IQGeo platform. In the past he wrote PHP code for the TreePlotter platform and manages the AWS cloud infrastructure at PlanIT Geo. His passion is to help answer spatial questions using programming. He has also worked as a Python developer. Luke has created a GUI to support route by route analysis using linear referencing and dynamic segmentation. Luke has also scripted ecology analysis for a USGS client. Luke has over 10 years of experience doing GIS and Remote Sensing projects. He holds an M.S. from the University of Maine in Spatial Information Science and Engineering. He earned his B.A. from the University of Denver in Geography with an emphasis in GIS and Remote Sensing.