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Create KML file by extracting coordinates from DOCX file

It’s been a while since I am writing again. This is not a very interesting topic┬áto create a post with. I use to receive coordinates and name of locations from field staffs of different part of the country. I use to plot these locations over maps and create some reports. Pretty boring stuff! Most of the time these locations are neatly stuffed inside Microsoft word file, commonly in DOCX or XLS files. But recently they sent me 10 similar DOCX file with 128 locations listed. And I am going to create KML file with each of them using Python. Continue reading

Making use of GDAL, RSGISLib and OTB with Python

Today getting a good raster processing environment is not so difficult.┬áThe computers are cheaper, storage components are bigger and prices are lower than any time before. Internet is full of tutorials and tips for people who want to start building their own remote sensing lab. This post will reintroduce three most common open-source raster and vector processing libraries which anyone can use – GDAL, RSGISLib Python library and Orfeo Toolbox. Continue reading

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Batch processing with ArcGIS using Python

Batch processing means doing a number of processes sequentially or simultaneously to save time and effort. If you have a proper data-set in a proper machine, batch processing lets you organize your tasks and achieve number of goals in one click. In this post I will go through few batch processing techniques you will find in ArcGIS. Continue reading

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