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```
Create a Markdown formatted list of files in a directory
```
import os
dir = input("Directory to generate list: ")
list = os.listdir(dir)
file = open(dir + '\\' + 'list.txt', 'w')
for l in list:
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Setting up and using a new Jupyter environment with Anaconda

First and foremost, you need to have Anaconda installed.

Create a new environment

conda create --name <name_of_env> jupyter

Append jupyter to the end of your command. Many packages are installed automatically, but you can specify some that aren't. Jupyter is not part of the automatic install list. There is a way to create your own install list, but let's forget that for now.

View LexHex.md

Create a hexbin grid with equal-area and equilateral hexagons

Using hexbin grids is a great way to aggregate data. However, with the commonly used Web Mercator projection, it is impossible to balance the technical necessity of uniform area across all of the hexbins with the aesthetics of equilateralness for each hexbin in the grid. You can have one or the other, but not both. You'll need to use a different projection to help generate an appropriate compromise between the area and shape of hexbins. This walk-thru is meant to show how to make a map of Lexington, KY with equal-area hexbins. In particular, it explains how to create hexbins that are not only equal-area, but also equilateral.

Prerequisites

View add_to_gdb.py
'''
A Python script to take the feature classes in an MXD file and add them to a geodatabase
'''
import arcpy
# Specify MXD with data to send to GDB
# TODO Make this so you don't have to have ArcGIS open. User should be able to take a user input and export to GDB of choice
mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument('CURRENT')
# Specify the data frame where your features are
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