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Sayed, Mohamed (2013-09-22) - Intermediate
These slides starts with a brief background then describes at a high level a set of architectural patterns for cloud computing. The second part of the presentation focuses on profiling common Spatial Data Infrastructure in the cloud, starting with importing large set of spatial data. Blue prints o...
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Kastl, Daniel; Junod, Frédéric; Seki, Hal; Jacolin, Yves (2013-09-17) - Intermediate
pgRouting adds routing functionality to PostGIS. This introductory workshop will show you how. It gives a practical example of how to use the new pgRouting release with OpenStreetMap road network data. It explains the steps to prepare the data, make routing queries, assign costs, write a custom fu...
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Warmerdam, Frank; Rouault, Even (2013-10-01) - Intermediate
Subject: GDAL;
An overview of the capabilities of the GDAL/OGR (Geospatial Data Abstraction Library) project will be covered, followed by a focus on new developments in the last two years and future directions for the project.
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Christl, Arnulf (2013-09-19) - Basic
The first part of this presentation details the inner workings of Open Source development, Free Software licensing and associated business models as opposed to proprietary models. The second part of the slide set introduces OSGeo's mission, goals and the organizational structure implemented to ach...
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GeoCat Bridge helps to bridge the gap between proprietary and open source geospatial solutions. The goal of this product is to provide a solution that makes it extremely easy for users to publish their data on a GeoNetwork, GeoServer and/or MapServer based server solution. The tool converts ArcMap...
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Sabo, Nouri; Beaulieu, Alexandre; Belanger, David; Belzile, Yves; Benoit, Piché (2013-10-02) - N/A
Natural Resources Canada's new elevation data management system includes a novel hierarchical data structure, the GeoHashTree, for managing point clouds and other types of elevation data. It is a component of POINTPACH, the new extension for the management of point clouds in PostgreSQL. We wll exp...
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Johnson, Jeffrey (2013-10-23) - N/A
Subject: Open Source; CMS; Geospatial;
GeoNode is a web-based application and platform for developing geospatial information systems (GIS) and for deploying spatial data infrastructures (SDI). It is designed to be extended and modified, and can be integrated into existing platforms.
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Kalberer, Pirmin (2013-10-02) - Intermediate
OGC has published GeoPackage as a candidate standard in January 2013. An SQLite container combines simple feature vector data (SpatiaLite) and JPEG/PNG raster tiles in a single file. The SQL interface makes it immediately usable for mobile, web or desktop applications. An embedded XML capabilities...
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Simone, Giannecchini; Andrea, Aime; Alessio, Fabiani (2013-09-30) - Basic
This presentation will provide an introduction to the GeoServer project and its abilities to publish data with a mix of well-known OGC protocols and other popular protocols and data formats.
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Daniele, Romagnoli; Simone, Giannecchini (2013-09-30) - Advanced
This presentation will provide detailed information on how to ingest and configure spatio-temporal data in GeoServer, to be served using OGC services, with examples from WMS and WCS services.
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Simone, Giannecchini; Andrea, Aime (2013-09-30) - Advanced
Setting up a GeoServer can sometimes be deceptively simple. However, going from proof-of-concept to production requires a number of steps to be taken in order to optimize the server in terms of availability, performance and scalability. The presentation will show how to get from a basic setup to a...
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Helm, Ch (2013-10-01) - Basic
Subject: GitHub; Geo;
Thoughts on geo and github and having fun with both
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Helm, Chris (2013-10-01) - Intermediate
Subject: JavaScript; Geospatial;
Some thoughts about geospatial and JS
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Morandini, Luca; Tomko, Martin; Sinnott, Richard (2013-09-23) - Advanced
n order to deliver rich user experience to user, features (attribute data and geometries) have to be sent to the client for mouse-over visual effects, synchronization between charts, tables and maps, and on-the-fly classifications. GeoJSON is one of the most popular encodings for the transfer of f...
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Pourabdollah, Amir; Anand, Suchith; Morley, Jeremy; Jackson, Mike (2012-10-22) - Intermediate
Today many aspects of geospatial science including information, standards and tools are created and developed as "open". The effects of this openness are not only providing the free access but also spreading knowledge and responsibility to the whole community. The objective of the ELOGeo project...
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Sutton, Tim; Dassau, Otto; Sutton, Marcelle (2011-08-08) - Basic
Understand interpolation as part of spatial analysis. Spatial interpolation is the process of using points with known values to estimate values at other unknown points. In this worksheet we describe interpolation in more detail and give some examples of how it can be useful.
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Sutton, Tim; Dassau, Otto; Sutton, Marcelle (2011-08-08) - Basic
Understanding what GIS is and what it can be used for. With a GIS application you can open digital maps on your computer, create new spatial information to add to a map, create printed maps customised to your needs and perform spatial analysis. In this worksheet we explore the basic concepts behin...
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Sutton, Tim; Dassau, Otto; Sutton, Marcelle (2011-08-08) - Basic
Understanding of vector data models as used in GIS. Vector data provide a way to represent real world features within the GIS environment. A feature is anything you can see on the landscape such as houses, roads, trees, rivers, and so on. Each one of these things would be a feature when we represe...
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Sutton, Tim; Dassau, Otto; Sutton, Marcelle (2011-08-08) - Basic
Understanding the role of attribute data in a GIS. Attribute data describe features. Attribute data can help us to make interesting and informative maps, and perform spatial analysis in a GIS application. In this topic we describe how attribute data are associated with vector features and can be u...
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Sutton, Tim; Dassau, Otto; Sutton, Marcelle (2011-08-08) - Basic
Learn how to create and edit vector and attribute data. In the previous two topics we looked at vector data. We saw that there are two key concepts to vector data, namely: geometry and attributes. The geometry of a vector feature describes its shape and position, while the attributes of a vector f...