For those of you who don't follow the old ArcGIS Blog site: Just in Time for the Esri UC: ArcGIS API for Python v1.2 is Here! | ArcGIS Blog
Atma Mani, why post this big announcement on the old blog site and not GeoNet? I see the Applications Prototype Lab folks posted about https://community.esri.com/groups/applications-prototype-lab/blog/2017/07/11/exploring-raster-functi... , I found it odd nothing about it in https://community.esri.com/groups/arcgis-python-api?sr=search&searchId=ed496c0d-b700-4e87-af71-33fa5....
Joshua Bixby, this seems to be a bug in the 'schedule' in the GeoNet blog system. I had scheduled both the blogs (on esri.com/blogs and GeoNet) to be released within minutes of each other and the latter remained unpublished for some reason. We will address this soon.
Meanwhile, thanks for getting the word out about this release.
Atma... please don't tell me that you have to use Pandas... can't numpy structured or recarrays be used as well or as a substitute.? api link
It is implied here and I am hoping by arrays you mean that numpy arrays can be used given the featureclasstonumpyarray etc methods in arcpy.da and the Scipy stack.
|param data:||pandas dataframe containing attribute information|
|param geometry:||list/array/geoseries of arcgis.geometry objects|