Python Scripting for ArcGIS

A session at Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference

Wednesday 12th February, 2014

9:30am to 12:45pm (CST)

Length: 3 Hours (repeated)

Participant Needs: Laptop with ArcGIS 10 or 10.1 & Python 2.7 installed

Python is an open-source scripting language that has been integrated into ArcGIS for extending and automating GIS processes. This course will provide a hands-on introduction to Python and its applications in ArcGIS. Topics will include basic Python syntax, geoprocessing workflows, batch processing, map automation, creating script tools, and debugging strategies. A brief lecture on each subject will be followed with applied exercises to reinforce concepts. Participants should be comfortable working in ArcGIS, but previous Python experience is not required.

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Larry Cutforth

IT Project Manager at WI Department of Natural Resources Forestry Division bio from LinkedIn

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Adolfo Diaz


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Aaron Ruesch

Water Resources Management Specialist at Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) bio from LinkedIn

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1:30pm REPEAT - Python Scripting for ArcGIS by Aaron Ruesch, Adolfo Diaz and Larry Cutforth

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Time 9:30am12:45pm CST

Date Wed 12th February 2014


Salon G, Marriot Madison West

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