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Teradata® Package for Python Function Reference - 20.00

Deployment
VantageCloud
VantageCore
Edition
Enterprise
IntelliFlex
VMware
Product
Teradata Package for Python
Release Number
20.00
Published
March 2024
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2024-04-10
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TeradataPython_FxRef_Enterprise_2000
Product Category
Teradata Vantage

 
teradataml.geospatial.geometry_types.Point = class Point(GeometryType)
    teradataml.geospatial.geometry_types.Point(*coordinates)
 
Class Point enables end user to create an object for the single Point
using the coordinates. Allows user to use the same in GeoDataFrame
manipulation and processing.
 
 
Method resolution order:
Point
GeometryType
builtins.object

Methods defined here:
__init__(self, *coordinates)
DESCRIPTION:
    Enables end user to create an object for the single Point
    using the coordinates. Allows user to use the same in GeoDataFrame
    manipulation and processing using any Geospatial function.
 
PARAMETERS:
    *coordinates:
        Optional Argument.
        Specifies the coordinates of a Point. Coordinates must be
        specified in positional fashion.
        If coordinates are not passed, an object for empty point is
        created.
        When coordinates are passed, one must pass either 2 or 3
        values to define a Point in 2-dimentions or 3-dimentions.
        Types: int, float
 
RETURNS:
    Point
 
RAISES:
    TeradataMlException, TypeError, ValueError
 
EXAMPLES:
    >>> from teradataml import Point
 
    # Example 1: Create a Point in 2D, using x and y coordinates.
    >>> p1 = Point(0, 20)
    >>> # Print the coordinates.
    >>> print(p1.coords)
    (0, 20)
    >>> # Print the geometry type.
    >>> p1.geom_type
    'Point'
    >>>
 
    # Example 2: Create a Point in 3D, using x, y and z coordinates.
    >>> p2 = Point(0, 20, 30)
    >>> # Print the coordinates.
    >>> print(p2.coords)
    (0, 20, 30)
    >>>
 
    # Example 3: Create an empty Point.
    >>> pe = Point()
    >>> # Print the coordinates.
    >>> print(pe.coords)
    EMPTY
    >>>

Readonly properties defined here:
coords
Returns the coordinates of the Point Geometry object.

Methods inherited from GeometryType:
__getattr__(self, item)
__str__(self)
Return String Representation for a Geometry object.

Readonly properties inherited from GeometryType:
geom_type
Returns the type of a Geometry.