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27. Reading and writing spatial data for the non-spatial programmer

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Published on Mar 13, 2012

Chad Cooper
Location has become mainstream in society and computing. Developers are being tasked with working with spatial data of varying formats. Lucky for Python developers, there are many packages and libraries that can help us make sense of and

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