Introduction to GeoPandas and its Python ecosystem

A talk from the OpenGeoHub Summer School 2022. Workshop materials The ecosystem of packages for spatial data handling and analysis in Python is extensive and covers both vector and raster analytics from small to large distributed data. This talk covers only a small part, focusing on vector data processing with GeoPandas at its core. First,… Continue reading Introduction to GeoPandas and its Python ecosystem

Understanding the structure of cities through the lens of data

The workshop organised together with James D. Gaboardi during the Spatial Data Science Symposium 2022 is now available online. See the recording below and access the workshop material on Github from which you can even run the code online, in your browser. Annotation Martin & James will walk you through the fundamentals of analysis of… Continue reading Understanding the structure of cities through the lens of data

Capturing the Structure of Cities with Data Science

During the Spatial Data Science Conference 2021, I had a chance to deliver a workshop illustrating the application of PySAL and momepy in understanding the structure of cities. The recording is now available for everyone. The materials are available on my GitHub and you can even run the whole notebook in your browser using the… Continue reading Capturing the Structure of Cities with Data Science

Talk at ISUF 2021: Classifying urban form at a national scale

I had a chance to present our ongoing work on the classification of the (built) environment in Great Britain during the International Seminar on Urban Form 2021, which was held virtually in Glasgow. I was presenting the classification of urban form, one component of Spatial Signatures we’re developing as part of the Urban Grammar AI… Continue reading Talk at ISUF 2021: Classifying urban form at a national scale