Adds additional postgis functionality to GeoPandas
Utilities oriented to using PostGIS features.
pip install geopandas-postgis
postgis accessor only features a
import geopandas as gpd from sqlalchemy import create_engine from geopandas_postgis import PostGIS engine = create_engine("postgresql+psycopg2://postgres:postgres/localhost:test") my_gdf = geopandas.read_file("my_shp.shp") my_gdf.postgis.to_postgis(con=engine, table_name='test', geometry='Polygon')
to_postgis method will accept any keyword argument in the to_sql method in
Postgres needs to be running on your local machine with a postgres user (that has write access.) This will be moved to Docker over time.
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