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A Beginner's Guide to Mapping Early America with Basic GIS

Over the past couple years, friends have asked me a lot about maps and mapping software—questions I probably have no business fielding. I’m not truly formally trained in GIS, I’ve picked up a lot of things online, from books, in workshops, but mostly through trial-and-error, and half the time I still prefer to draw my maps by hand. 1,382 more words


Prezidentiale 2014: Oradea – Turul 2

Și după turul I, a urmat invariabil și turul II. Începem, din nou, cu datele generale legate de vot:
Per ansamblu, distribuția e cam aceeași, dar peste tot cam cu 10% mai mare, cu maxime la secțiile 122-123 (centru), și 42 (str. 536 more words



I’ve wanted to write a QGIS tutorial for a while now, and recently I learned something new, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to get started. 1,293 more words


Happy GIS Day Detroit!

There is a critical gap in the utilization of GIS software for community mapping, planning, and visioning in Detroit’s communities. Every library should have access to Detroit datasets and their computers should host free and open source software (FOSS), especially… 73 more words


Paris in 3D with QGIS and three.js

Some time ago, I saw this article about using the Qgis2threejs plugin to export a QGIS map as a 3D visualisation in the browser, thanks to… 480 more words


More experiments with Game of Life

As promised in my recent post “Experiments with Conway’s Game of Life”, I have been been looking into how to improve my first implementation. The… 146 more words


Checking Out the GDAL/OGR Plugin for ArcGIS

A while back, I blogged the availability of a GDAL/OGR plug-in for ArcGIS desktop by Ragi Burhum at AmigoCloud. At the time, I was hoping to dig into it fairly quickly but that didn’t happen and I’m finally getting to it. 687 more words