The Geospatial Centroid at CSU is offering an Introduction to Python for ArcGIS workshop
This 8-hour workshop, delivered in 2 afternoon sessions, will be held:
Friday Oct. 21 & 28, 1 – 5 pm
in the CSU Morgan Library, Classroom 174, Fort Collins
Open to all: Students: $90; CSU staff/faculty: $120; non-CSU participants: $150
Proficiency with ArcGIS is necessary, but programming experience is not required for this intro level workshop which covers:
- Python syntax basics
- Writing, editing, and running geoprocessing scripts in Python for ArcGIS 10.4
- Use of Python scripts for automating GIS workflows
- Determining properties of spatial data
- Updating attribute info
- Creating an ArcGIS Toolbox to manage and share scripts
- In-class demos, hands-on exercises, and challenges will be provided to reinforce the skills you learn
Questions? Email us! E.Tulanowski@colostate.edu
About the instructors:
Dr. Alexander “Sasha” Keyel is a post-doctoral researcher in the Dept. of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology using Python and ArcGIS to model sound propagation and the effect of anthropogenic noise on wildlife.
Elizabeth Tulanowski is the Education Coordinator at the Geospatial Centroid, and a GIS Instructor at Front Range Community College. She was also an ArcGIS instructor at Esri for 8 years, teaching desktop GIS, Spatial Analyst, Python scripting, and more.
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Education Coordinator, Geospatial Centroid at CSU