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At 8:08am on October 10, 2016, Arpan Bakshi said…

GhPython Workshop coming up this month. Tool developer Chris Mackey is teaching a live webinar titled - Making Your Own Python Components. More information and registration at https://attendee.gototraining.com/42b11/register/4476111114579892225

At 5:52am on March 12, 2012, Kayleigh Dickson said…

Hi Benjamin,

 

Your terrain models look great. I have been looking at the photo of your Mini-watershed terrain sculpting model which looks great, I was wondering how you did this?

 

Thanks,

 

Kayleigh

At 5:16am on February 15, 2011, Chris Wilkins said…

Thanks! That's a lot of good info. Gonna take me a while to get through this, but I've got the whole semester. Gotta learn Python some, but what's another language?

 

Here's a link to the page where I post stuff for the class, if you want to check up on me later (not sure if it is a public site or not):

http://clemso.ning.com/forum/topics/geospatial-1

 

At 5:41am on February 11, 2011, Chris Wilkins said…

You said "In order to make a grasshopper component that reads shapefiles, I either have to convert all the shapefile reading code to C# or find a way to embed ironpython in a grasshopper component." Is this code something you can share? If so, I'd be interested in coverting it to VB and of course sharing that with everyone. Unless there is a technical reason that VB won't work.

At 8:33pm on February 7, 2011, Chris Wilkins said…

Okay, I'm dropping you a line now. (a year later)

 

I'm just starting out a semester-long project involving geospatial data in general, but specifically using GH's computation to work with GIS and GPS. When we last spoke I had just been dabbling, but I've got serious interest in this now. I've not reviewed your work yet, but from a cursory glance, I think you might be doing some things I was looking at trying (importing shapefile data for one). I'm also interested in Google Earth's KML file format - have you played with that at all?

 

I'll go look at Finches and see what you're up to.

 

 

 

At 12:43pm on October 31, 2010, André said…
Ok thanks a lot.
At 1:03pm on October 19, 2010, David Reeves said…
Thanks! Glad you like them.
I feel collectively they might be a display of my undiagnosed ADD though.
At 1:38pm on June 13, 2010, kessler said…
Benjamin Golder -- My wife and I would like to purchase a copy of one of the pieces you have mounted in the lobby at Wurster, your Wet Network map of San Francisco. Would that be possible? I am on-campus every Friday and could pick it up there. Your ideas and work are fascinating. Have you seen the Mannahatta Project? The ideas and GIS there might interest you. Dup of this is on your blog. Jack Kessler, kessler@well.com
At 5:25am on December 16, 2009, Chris Wilkins said…
I am curious where you get the GIS data from.

I see you're in Berkeley. Had some friends that went there. Ate big pizza slices at that place on Telegraph, back in 92ish. I used to live down in San Luis Obispo. Really loved it there.
At 8:05am on December 5, 2009, Chris Wilkins said…
Hey,
I did some exploration into urban geometries in general, and presented some lightweight concepts at the Cloud event, but I didn't actually dig into the GIS data. I was just using CAD files from the city engineering dept. I'd like to revisit some urban analysis issues in the future, as that sort of chaotic data set is very interesting to me.
-Chris
At 11:47am on November 2, 2009, Jacek Jaskólski said…
Thanks!

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