I’m a big believer of learning by disassembly and reassembly, so for today’s walk-through, we’re going to break open a GeoJSON file to see what falls out.Continue reading “What is a GeoJSON File? And Can we Jerry Rig One with Python?”
Today’s tutorial is a quick dive into the world of online mapping. We’re going to bounce in and out of different programs and services to do that, so be prepared to do some account set-ups/downloads. The good news is these all are free. You might get prompted for upgrades and such, but the base-level plans are no cost for small, non-commercial projects.
Python: How to Loop Functions in QGIS
Shortly after I spent hours in Processing figuring out how to map coordinates onto an image, someone mentioned that what I REALLY want to be using is QGIS.
Processing: How to Add CSV Data to Pretty Maps
The internet has a shit-ton of map data. I didn’t realize it until I started skimming through HTML on sites like Craigslist and Yelp. Yes, by the way, I am that weirdo who sits in coffee shops on Saturday mornings muttering at tags I don’t understand.
The point is, I want to be able to play with that data in Processing. The first step is just getting that information into the sketch and mapping it properly. That’s what I’m doing today… I acknowledge that I get fixated on projects with very few practical applications. It’s possible I need to get out more.
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