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Tuesday, October 30
 

3:30pm

Tools Track. And Now For Something Completely Different – Python 3 and ArcGIS from Simple to Complex
AUTHORS: Ian Sleeper, Stephen Patterson – Terracon

ABSTRACT: Python 3 and ArcGIS Pro are here to stay, and with deprecation of ArcMap and Python 2 looming on the horizon, it’s time to make the move. Fear not! Despite the title of our talk, the differences are subtle and only enhance the thrills that Python can bring to your GIS at any level. This presentation will showcase uses of Python 3 with ArcGIS Pro and Portal/ArcGIS Online; starting with simple scripts run within ArcGIS Pro’s Python Window, then with custom geoprocessing tools in a Python toolbox, and culminating with web tools built for ArcGIS Online and Portal using the new ArcGIS API for Python. Presented from the perspectives of both a trained developer (Stephen) and a GIS Analyst (Ian), we will touch on many facets of the Python-GIS ecosystem, such as Conda, ArcPy, custom libraries, and hosted geoprocessing services.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Saratoga 1/2

4:00pm

Tools Track. Python, Pro, and Portal: Deploying Geoprocessing Tools for a Complex Workflow
AUTHORS: Jason Wise, Terracon

ABSTRACT: We needed to deploy geoprocessing tools to multiple offices and automate a workflow involving ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Collector, and multiple in-house applications. At the same time, we were weaning ourselves off ArcMap, starting to use ArcGIS Portal, and responding to changes in Pro's Python management functionality. Learn how we deployed our own conda packages, used the Python API to manage portals, used Python to wrangle challenging Excel files, and streamlined tool installation and configuration for users and developers.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Saratoga 1/2

4:30pm

Tools Track. ArcGIS Techniques for Obtaining Reliable Measurements in Web Mercator
AUTHORS: Eric Herman, NYS Thruway Authority

ABSTRACT: Over the past several years, the Web Mercator projection has become the de facto standard for global web mapping services. Consequently, it’s also become a standard for many web GIS applications. Although this projection offers a number of benefits, users should be aware of the significant measurement distortions in that can arise when using this projection. Earlier iterations of Esri’s web application development tools required explicitly dealing with measurement corrections. However, the current out-of-the-box application development tools go a long way to helping ensure end users get more reliable measurements. This presentation will review the issue, and how the Thruway Authority’s use of the evolving Esri tools has helped deal with it.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Saratoga 1/2