Can someone explain the following python code.

value_geojson["features"][0]["properties"]["title"]


value_geojson is a geojson variable. I like to think that I'm not a total python newbie but these are too many [] for me. I am a GeoJSON newbie though.

Would appreciate help on that one, eventhough I know it's probably to simple for SE

It looks like value_geojson is a FeatureCollection object, which have a single member "features" which is a list of Feature objects. So
value_geojson["features"][0]

is now just the first Feature object. Those have a few members, including "properties", which is an arbitrary JSON object. At that point we're outside of the geojson standard, so whatever "title" means is more context-specific.
• No, those last two are also nested. ...["properties"] is itself a dictionary, probably with many key-value pairs, one of which is evidently (very strangely) "title": "5000.00". Try printing value_geojson["features"][0]["properties"].keys(). – Ben Reiniger Jan 11 at 19:37