How to change the height of the map widget (arcgis Python api) in Jupyter Notebook?

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11-30-2019 11:21 AM
ChangjieChen
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MatthiasSchenker
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Hi Changjie

You should be able to change this via the layout property, here an example:

from ipywidgets import *
map.layout=Layout(flex='1 1', padding='100px', height='300px')

Best,

Matthias

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DanPatterson_Retired
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I don't suppose it would be the Extent property of widget or the sdf

arcgis.widgets module — arcgis 1.7.0 documentation 

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ChangjieChen
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I think the extent property controls the lat-lon of the map itself. Not the size of the plot.

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MatthiasSchenker
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Hi Changjie

You should be able to change this via the layout property, here an example:

from ipywidgets import *
map.layout=Layout(flex='1 1', padding='100px', height='300px')

Best,

Matthias

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Per_Åke_MattiasWallin
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Thank you Matthias!  I cannot believe I haven't seen this before.

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ChangjieChen
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Matthias, thank you for your answer. Searching for a solution within the arcgis API exhausted me. Never thought about this direction you pointed. I really appreciate it.

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