Hands-On Geospatial Analysis with QGIS 3.10 and Python [Video]

Hands-On Geospatial Analysis with QGIS 3.10 and Python [Video]

Hands-On Geospatial Analysis with QGIS 3.10 and Python [Video]

English | MP4 | AVC 1920×1080 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 59m | 5.14 GB
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Hands-On Geospatial Analysis with QGIS 3.10 and Python [Video]: Innovative GIS workflow solutions with key complementary technologies

Given the increasing amounts of open geospatial and remotely-sensed data and the vast amount of information it provides, GIS is an essential instrument for geographers, engineers, geologists, architects, ecologists, and agronomists who recognize the complex operations required to wrangle, analyze, and visualize their data.

If you’re a professional using GIS in your daily work and already have some knowledge of Python, QGIS – aligned with Python – will give you compelling opportunities to streamline workflows and maximize your data analysis and manipulation.

  • Carry out and automate geospatial and remote sensing data analysis, research, and visualization
  • Implement efficient and reproducible workflows for geospatial analysis
  • Create professional cartographic products that are presentation-ready
  • Tailor your professional geospatial products to specific needs on the part of clients, Academia, or governmental organizations
  • Georeferenced datasets, project, and apply styles to spatial layers for mapping and navigational purposes
  • Query spatial layers for user-defined purposes and answer specific questions
  • Create stereo maps showing altitude and hillshade and prepare them for professional use

This course will get you up-and-running with geospatial analysis using QGIS 3.10 and Python.

Learn how to use data queries, create a 3D map on a web server, and interact with Python and QGIS. You will learn to distinguish between vector and raster layers; which will give you flexibility when considering data sources and processing methods for problem-solving. While understanding how to process remote sensing data and output terrain maps, and customize and automate geo-processes effectively for your work.

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