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Great Learning Book 26 janvier 2013
Par Billy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Given this is only the second book on the market for this particular topic, I think it is a great book. I am an adjunct faculty that teaches a Python programming course in ArcGIS and I plan to quickly adopt this book.

My only suggestion is to consider having more exercises developed for each chapter so that it can be used more in an academic setting.
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Great for Classroom or self learning 15 mars 2013
Par Gregory A. Newkirk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Paul Zandbergen has filled a badly needed void with this book. For you college instructors who have been looking for a text to teach an ArcPy course, this is it. It has 14 chapters and accompanying labs. For the self learner, the book is quite accessible both in layout and content.

Paul has a thorough understanding of ArcPy and Python and he does a marvelous job teaching the basics and providing some useful inside tips. He is also comprehensive and thorough. For the instructor, you will need to get your lab up to ArcGIS 10.1. For the self-learner, the text comes with a 6-month license along withe data and labs.

No need to wait any longer. This is the text for learning ArcPy and now is the time.
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Excellent text--but without excellent exercises 22 juillet 2013
Par Ben Logan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is a fine companion to Jennings' A Python Primer for ArcGIS. In fact, it's kind of hard to buy one without the other. Together they make one book. I would recommend that, if you're a visual learner driven to absorb concepts, start with Zandbergen then dig into Jennings' for some really fine exercises and coding practices. However, if you're a tactile learner (like me), get under the hood and get your hands dirty with Jennings. Get to where you can comfortably do these exercises. And then dive into the why's and wherefore's behind them in the Zandbergen text.

Yes, I am a "shoot first, and ask questions later" type of guy. Jennings' text lets me dive in. But Zandbergen's is a well-written text that covers a number of tools beyond what Jennings treats. Zandbergen's exercises, in accompanying .pdf's, are--not very good. But I keep both books on my desk.
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Good but needs improving 15 novembre 2013
Par Paul Jameson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A good book. However, it could be made better. (1) for novices like me, there should be a chapter 0 which discusses object oriented programming from the GIS-Python viewpoint. I see some similarities to Java such as declaring the instance of a class, but there are python differences. (2) there needs to be more exercises in the guts of each chapter instead of at their ends. (3) some of the discussion is easy to follow and then wham, something new without explanation. in other words the book is a bit too short. I have a Java book that looks like a good door stop. this book does not need to be that big, but there needs to be a little more hand-holding to lead the novice through the topics, especially the parts that are special to graphics and spatial topics.

I am new to python (not GIS) but it seems like some of the topics are peculiar to gis and would not be found in a standard python text. Those are the sections/topics that need to be handled more carefully and slowly. But this book is an eye opener: "Wow I didn't know you could do that! That's cool."
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Too bad. 23 avril 2014
Par Gila Monster - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book has one VERY major flaw that is hard to forgive. Many of the code examples are written assuming you will be using PythonWin as your script editor. If you are NOT using PythonWin (either because your workplace hasn't approved it or because you are already comforatble in other editing environments) then you will run into nothing but trouble as many of the examples will not work. I'm not sure what the solution to this is, but it's kind of a deal breaker for me. Too bad.
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