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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 to 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

A Python-Based Open Source System for Geographic Object-Based Image Analysis (GEOBIA) Utilizing Raster Attribute Tables

Type: Scientific article
Title: A Python-Based Open Source System for Geographic Object-Based Image Analysis (GEOBIA) Utilizing Raster Attribute Tables
Author: Daniel Clewley, Peter Bunting, James Shepherd, Sam Gillingham, Neil Flood, John Dymond, Richard Lucas, John Armston and Mahta Moghaddam
Journal: Remote Sensing
Year: 2014 Continue reading

Python to change page size and layout for ArcMap

This is a small solution I have been looking for a long time. I can now programmatically change the size of a map layout without opening the mxd in ArcMap. Python lets you handle the programs and codes that runs behind the application without altering the map, symbols and labels in it. Continue reading

ArcGIS Pro: An honest review

It’s been a while since ESRI announced ArcGIS Pro, a clean and revamped version of the ArcGIS Desktop. After a long exhaustive wait for a proper 64-bit geoprocessing and mapping environment ESRI has finally introduced something completely modified out of the scratch. This new version has a lot of new and interesting feature – can visualize, edit, and perform analysis in both 2D and 3D, it’s multithreaded and support 64-bit processing, new set of symbols, tools, workflows in a completely new user interface. There is a lot of excitement in everywhere for this new application.

So I decided to download the trial version of ArcGIS Pro 1.1 and have a look. Continue reading

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