Terrain, Art, Python and LiDAR

Terrain, Art, Python and LiDAR

A talk I gave at PyCon US 2019

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Andrew Godwin

May 03, 2019
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    Loads the DEM as a CSV Picks one in N

    rows Draws a contour using svgwrite
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    Take the US National DEM Get the outline of the

    National Park Use QGIS to cut out a park-only DEM https://viewer.nationalmap.gov https://catalog.data.gov/dataset/national-park-boundariesf0a4c Toolbox > GDAL > Clip By Extent
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    Things I Won't Work With Unicode Names Timezones Currencies Networks

    Addresses Dioxygen Difluoride Map Projections
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    More US National Parks I do each one as I

    visit it. There are… 59.
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