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Verbul Oltenesc (anii '30)

Deși asociat în mod stereotipic cu regiunea Olteniei, perfectul simplu are o răspândire mai largă decât strict regiunea Olteniei. Harta de mai jos, e bazată se bazează pe Micul Atlas Lincvistic Român din 1981, vol. 224 more words


QGIS user group - presentation

I spoke today at the second Scottish QGIS user group meeting. It was a diverse gaggle of practitioners including academics, council, quango and no doubt many more. 163 more words


First Two Outputs this Semester

So, yeah.

This semester, I am taking Geography 197. That’s Digital Cartography BTW.

So there were a few projection and manual cartography going on the first few weeks of the semester (since I haven’t yet submitted them, I’ll just show them to you guys when Sir Villasper gets them). 584 more words


The #GISTribe Challenge


So, after a lot of talk with @WildlifeGISgirl, @UUDreams, @Brian_Bancroft & the plethora of super geoninja on the #GISTribe forum (is it a forum, a meet, a symposium or even a tweeting?)…..I think I have the happenings of an outline for a challenge but feel free to comment and advise on how this can be made better. 489 more words


Installation QGIS 2.4 on Linux Mint (SAGA, GRASS, OTB)

Bu sayfayı Türkçe olarak okuyabilirsiniz.

Linux Mint is the most popular desktop linux distribution on these days (http://distrowatch.com/dwres.php?resource=popularity). Simple design and rich package library (ubuntu based) attract new users. 392 more words


Linux Mint Üzerinde QGIS 2.4 Kurulumu (SAGA, GRASS, OTB)

Linux Mint, son zamanlarda en çok tercih edilen masaüstü linux dağıtımı olarak karşımıza çıkmaktadır (http://distrowatch.com/dwres.php?resource=popularity). Masaüstü dizaynı, zengin paket desteği (ubuntu tabanlı olması), kolay anlaşılır yapısıyla bilhassa yeni Linux kullanıcılarının ilk tercihlerinden biri haline getiriyor. 527 more words


Noise Pollution and Health in the Urban Environment: A Pilot Project

In October 2013, the Seattle Indian Health Board’s (SIHB’s) Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI) completed a noise pollution pilot study. The goals of this project were: 1) to evaluate the feasibility of community data collection and analysis via a low cost GPS/GIS workflow, and 2) to offer recommendations on the feasibility and next steps for scalability to the larger Urban Indian Health Organization (UIHO) network. 506 more words