FOSS4G-Asia 2023 Seoul

Basic Python for Geospatial
11-28, 09:30–13:30 (Asia/Seoul), Circle Room

This workshop offers a comprehensive introduction to utilizing Python programming for geospatial analysis and visualization. Geospatial data is essential in various domains such as environmental sciences, urban planning, agriculture, and disaster management. This workshop aims to equip participants with foundational skills to harness the power of Python libraries and tools for handling, analyzing, and visualizing geospatial data.
By the end of the workshop, participants will have a solid grasp of the core principles of geospatial data handling using Python. They will be empowered to create their own geospatial projects, capable of ingesting, analyzing, and visualizing spatial data to derive meaningful analysis.

Feye is a Geospatial Analyst based in the Philippines. She has been an active volunteer with OpenStreetMap-Philippines since 2013. Through her extensive involvement, she has honed her expertise in teaching diverse stakeholders how to effectively use OpenStreetMap and open mapping tools. Recognized for her leadership and expertise, Feye serves as a Regional Ambassador of YouthMappers since 2020. In this capacity, she actively supports student organizations, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange among aspiring young mappers.

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Fritz Dariel Andal is a Senior ICT Asisstant for University of the Philippines Resilience Institute - NOAH Center. He is a Python and JavaScript Programmer and he uses these skills to provide efficient programs and codes. He graduated at Far Eastern University Institute of Technology in 2019 with a Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology with specialization in Web and Mobile Application. In his free time, he likes to play video games and sleeps a lot.