I'm trying to plot heat-map of the pandas.df over a Arcgis gray map in jupyter notebook, but the map is not changing (not matter what render style).
maybe because: (?) In the anaconda prompt
jupyter nbextension list
- Validating: problems found: require? X arcgis/mapview
The problem is the same also after I create new env in jupyter and install arcgis again.
df = pd.read_csv(csv_path)sdf = pd.DataFrame.spatial.from_xy(prop_df, 'LONGITUDE','LATITUDE')some_map = gis.map('Portland, OR')some_map .basemap = 'streets'some_map
I'm having the same problem, following Atma Mani's tutorial from the GeoDevPDX2018 talk in the jupyter notebook on github..
prop_sdf.spatial.plot(map_widget=pdx_map) returns True but doesn't update the map with colored dots.
I am also experiencing the same issue.
# Convert pandas dataframe to Esri's spatially enabled dataframe sdf = pd.DataFrame.spatial.from_xy(df1, 'longitude', 'latitude') from arcgis.gis import * gis = GIS() m = GIS().map() m.center = [36.081179, -79.556955] m.zoom = 9 m # Add sdf to the map sdf.spatial.plot(kind='map', map_widget=m)
Line 13 returns True with no update to the map. Any guidance or tips would be appreciated.
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