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ipyleaflet draws?

If I draw a circle with map control in a map, how can I store in a variable? from ipyleaflet import Map, basemaps, basemap_to_tiles, DrawControl watercolor = basemap_to_tiles(basemaps.Stamen....
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Docker Image: Atmospheric Correction in Earth Engine

Following https://github.com/gee-community/ee-jupyter-contrib/tree/master/docker/atmcorr-ee I was able to build and run docker. And to authenticate and git clone, but while: cd gee-atmcorr-S2/...
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Building Docker image including IPython Notebook and EE?

I'm starting to play with EE, already tried a bit of Javascript API. Now trying the Python one. So I found https://github.com/tylere/docker-tmpnb-ee and git cloned it, then from the terminal I did ...
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Google Earth Engine IDE alternatives?

I'm starting to play with EE and I jumped right into the online web-based IDE for the Earth Engine JavaScript API (https://developers.google.com/earth-engine/playground). I see there is also a Python ...
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Using Yelp API lat/long in Folium — CRS needed?

I understand the default crs for Folium is EPSG3857. I am pulling lat/long data from a yelp query and am not sure if I need to be converting to a GeoSeries and assigning a CRS to the GeoSeries. It ...
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Ipyleaflet map object doesn't display in Jupyter Notebook but it gets created

When running the code from the example (https://ipyleaflet.readthedocs.io/en/latest/api_reference/map.html#example), no map get displayed. from ipyleaflet import Map, basemaps, basemap_to_tiles m = ...
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How to use Planet Lab tiles in Jupyter Notebook?

I just want to use Planet tiles as a basemap for a Jupyter Notebook application, using ipyleaflet widget. In my environment, I imported these packages: from ipyleaflet import Map, basemaps, ...
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Google-Earth-Engine + Jupyter : filterBounds not working in Landsat imageCollection

I have a simple problem of not being able to select a single Landsat image using filterBounds within Jupyter environment. It used to work just fine in Earth Engine's online interface. I don't know why ...
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Google Earth Engine API: localhost refused to connect

I'm trying to implement this https://github.com/samsammurphy/gee-atmcorr-S2 in Google Earth Engine using Docker Toolbox for atmospheric correction. I first install Datalab following the instruction ...
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Rasterio : rasterio.drivers() - 'module' object is not callable [duplicate]

I'm trying to pass a script on jupyter-hub with a specific kernel. With my last local installation it worked but now with my kernel I have this error: TypeError ...
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import ARCSI as module in python

Any way to work with ARCSI (Atmospheric and Radiometric Correction of Satellite Imagery) like any other python package? Can it be imported in a jupyter notebook? >>>import arcsi or is ...
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How to include maps in Jupyter notebook HTML export?

I'm running the 1.4.2 version of the ArcGIS Python API. In a Jupyter Notebook, I create a map like: lowes = "Arkansas USA Lowe's" lowes_map = gis.map("AR, US", 6) lowes_map ...and get my output. I ...
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Is wms folium plugin deprecated?

I am trying to make an interactive map using python Folium library and Jupyter notebook. When I try to add a wms layer the following message is displayed: AttributeError: 'Map' object has no ...
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Python GEE: TimeoutError: [WinError 10060]

This is my code : %matplotlib inline %load_ext autoreload # debugging flags. Reloads include files every execution. %autoreload 2 import pprint pp = pprint.PrettyPrinter(indent=4) import matplotlib....
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how to plot lat lon data to a map using jupyter notebook?

import arcgis from arcgis.gis import GIS from arcgis.features import SpatialDataFrame ago_gis = GIS() search_subset = ago_gis.content.search("Hong Kong Topographic Map") subset_item = search_subset[...
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GDAL ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found

I'm running Python 3.5.4 on Anaconda and i'm trying to install geopandas. I've followed the instructions to install geopandas here - http://geoffboeing.com/2014/09/using-geopandas-windows/ - but ...
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Tiled Web Map; what tile provider offer antarctic map tiles?

General Idea: I plot Sentinel-2 and Sentinel-3 images on a web map in a Jupyter Notebook using ipyleaflet. This works perfectly fine with the default Mercator projection. For images at high latitudes ...
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How to embed a mapview map in a Jupyter Notebook with IRkernel?

I'm looking to integrate some awesome mapview interactive maps in a Jupyter Notebook with the IRkernel. I would like to know if: Is it possible? How can I achieve that? Is there any workaround using ...
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Graphically select a subset of Shapely objects in a Jupyter/iPython notebook

This question is being cross-posted from stackoverflow. The interoperability between Shapely and Jupyter/iPython is nice. I can do cool stuff like create a bunch of geometric shapes and view them in ...
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Jupyter and ArcGIS error: arcpy needs to run within an active ArcGIS Conda environment

I have installed ArcGIS Pro 1.3 and Anaconda 4.2.0 (in that order). I then followed the instructions from ESRI on Adding the ArcPy Path to Anaconda which made Jupyter find the arcpy module but I get ...
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Error and kernel dies with shapely/geos inside Jupyter notebook

I have a Python 2.7 script (code below) that scrapes data from a table on the web and draws a map. It runs fine from the command line using $ python bears.py When I run the identical script from ...