Python goodies

Archaeogeek has just posted a great little blog piece for anyone interested in learning more about Python and how to use it in GIS.

Archaeogeek is very much an Open Source GIS advocate so it is no surprise to see that the links point to resources that make use of open source products such as Postgres and OpenOffice.

To add to this subject, I would also recommend the following post on Michalis Avraam This lists a few essential modules of python code that should make a coders life easier.

Some other resources that you might want to look at include:

About Addy Pope

Addy is a member of the GeoData team at EDINA and work on services such as GoGeo, ShareGeo and the FieldtripGB app. Addy has over 10 years experience as a geospatial analyst. Addy tweets as @go_geo
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