Get yourself trained on Web Scraping and with this Online Training Web Scraping and Mapping Dam Levels in Python and Leaflet.
Online Training Web Scraping and Mapping Dam Levels in Python and Leaflet
Welcome to Web Scraping and Mapping Dam Levels in Python. In this courseyou will be exposed to multiple technologies, and topics such as: Web ScrapingETL, Python Django Programming, Web Mapping, and Data Visualization. Youwill combine each of these topics and technologies to create an end-to-end GISweb application. You will learn how to apply web scraping to collect dam level data from awebsite. You will then build a model, that you will use to plot the dam level data on amap using leaflet. You will learn how to use the Django Template Engine instead of Ajax, topass data from the back-end to the front-end. You will learn how to build a spatial database using PostgreSQL. You will also learn how to build a small dashboard that floats over yourmap, which will contain graphs that will visualize your model.
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