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Programming ArcGIS 10.1 with Python Cookbook

Programming ArcGIS 10.1 with Python Cookbook

Eric Pimpler

ArcGIS is an industry-standard geographic information system from ESRI.
This book will show you how to use the Python programming language to create geoprocessing
scripts, tools, and shortcuts for the ArcGIS Desktop environment.
This book will make you a more effective and efficient GIS professional, by showing you how to use the Python programming language with ArcGIS Desktop to automate geoprocessing tasks, manage map documents and layers, find and fix broken data links, edit data in feature classes and tables, and much more.

Programming ArcGIS 10.1 with Python Cookbook starts by covering fundamental Python programming concepts in an ArcGIS Desktop context. Using a how-to instruction style, you’ll then learn how to use Python to automate common important ArcGIS geoprocessing tasks.
In this book, you will also cover specific ArcGIS scripting topics that will help save you time and effort when working with ArcGIS. Topics include managing map document files, automating map production and printing, finding and fixing broken data sources, creating custom geoprocessing tools, and working with feature classes and tables, among others.
In Programming ArcGIS 10.1 with Python Cookbook, you’ll learn how to write geoprocessing scripts using a pragmatic approach designed around accomplishing specific tasks in a cookbook style format.

Google Maps JavaScript API Cookbook

Day by day, the use of location data is becoming more and more popular, and Google is one of the main game changers in this area. The Google Maps JavaScript API is one of the most functional and robust mapping APIs used among Geo developers. With Google Maps, you can build location-based apps, maps for mobile apps, visualize geospatial data, and customize your own maps. Google Maps JavaScript API Cookbook is a practical, hands-on guide that provides you with a number of clear, step-by-step recipes that will help you to unleash the capabilities of the Google Maps JavaScript API in conjunction with open source or commercial GIS servers and services through a number of practical examples of real world scenarios.