ArcGIS Notebooks – Using GIS and Python Notebooks for Workflow Automation

A fundamental challenge that analysts, data scientists, and GIS professionals face is bringing together data that is prepped and ready to use. Whether you want to make your data analysis-ready or if you are wanting to automate data aggregation so that you can seamlessly hydrate a dashboard or application, ArcGIS Notebooks can help. Sign up for this 60-minute webinar by Esri’s spatial data science experts as they walk through how you can leverage the latest updates to ArcGIS Notebooks along with popular open source frameworks to automate, data prep and aggregate for a variety of workflows. This webinar is an intermediate level session and serves as a follow-up session to the previous recorded webinar, “How to use ArcGIS and Jupyter for Geospatial Data Science.”Watch the recording to learn about the fundamentals of ArcGIS Notebooks, data engineering concepts and more, prior to this session.

 In this session you will learn:

  •  A quick overview of ArcGIS Notebooks – Esri’s integrated Jupyter experience – now available across the platform ( in ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise).
  • How to leverage the automation capabilities of Python for spatial content management and analysis workflows.
  • How to set up and schedule tasks to run within your portal at prescribed dates/times as well as take a deep dive into parameterization with ArcGIS Notebooks.
  • How to leverage the automation capabilities of ArcGIS Notebooks to hydrate information products such as dashboards and web apps with up-to-date data for timely decision making.

 Who should attend?

  • Anyone interested in leveraging the benefits of mainstream data science alongside spatial analysis expertise.
  • GIS professionals
  • Data scientists and Spatial Data Scientists
  • GIS Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Analytics Team Leads
  • Python Enthusiasts

About Esri

Esri is the market leader in geographic information system (GIS) software, location intelligence, and mapping. Its technology combines the science of geography with the power of GIS—think high-tech maps—to make the world work better. By enabling customers to design more efficient cities, deliver clean water and electricity, fight crime, slow climate change, and stamp out disease, Esri is helping create the maps that run the world and shape the future.


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