While using Python for GIS development, getting your environment setup can be a challenge in and of itself. In this post, I explain how to alleviate this process using conda and introduce several open-source packages for geo-spatial analysis.
Getting started with OpenStreetMap data can be an intimidating process. With so many data formats to choose from, how does one pick the correct one and get started? In this post, I guide you through one possible way to organise and process this data using PostgreSQL and Python.
Check out the slides from my recent presentation about asyncio at Python Users Berlin and read an exciting Python related announcement.
For the last half year or so, I worked on my master thesis project which explores using a walkability index to plan for auto-reduction measures in Kiel. Learn more and find a link to the full thesis in this post.
Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Python Users Berlin group about the upcoming Pattern Matching feature. Check out this post to get the slides and learn more.
This essay covers the history of the automobile and the underlying societal forces leading to its success. Also included is a discussion of how alternatives are being proposed and implemented.
Learn how I use Pandoc and Github for creating a productive and safe (i.e. backups) writing environment
These are the results of a study I outlined in a previous blog post. In it I show the and compare the speeds of bicycling, driving and public transit.
More posts can be found in the archive.