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6 Hal Pertama yang Dilakukan (Ulang) Setelah Instal ArcGIS

Salam, semoga dalam keadaan sehat dan bahagia buat seluruh pembaca semua.

Cukup lama rasanya rentang saya tidak menulis di media maya ini. Setelah seabrek kesibukan pekerjaan akhir tahun yang menyita waktu, akhirnya ada keinginan juga kembali mengisi rangkaian cerita random di blog sederhana ini. 419 more words


Presenting Data Manipulations in R

I needed to make a presentation on some of my work last semester to give to our lab group, so I created a Slidy presentation in RStudio. 731 more words


GIS Titles, what do they mean?

After a decade as a GIS professional I have a decent understanding of titles and salary expectations that come with it.  Here is my list.  There are more titles out there but these are the most abundant. 174 more words


Moundbuilders on GitHub!!

Mixing Open Source Technology and Archeology Data Together

The Mound Builder culture was the high point of society in Pre-European North America.  Hundreds of Mounds are scattered throughout the US. 231 more words


Hello World

Maps have been around for a few thousand years. What has changed is that it is now all online like so much else. I created this blog so that I can begin to explore what can be published online. 42 more words


Racial Profiling and the FBI

NPR ran a story this morning concerning policy changes within federal law enforcement agencies pertaining to racial profiling. These new policies stipulate no federal law enforcement agency may use race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation in order to justify suspicion or open a case. 1,743 more words


Early GIS in MI5?

Just finished reading Spycatcher by Peter Wright. You might remember this book for the attempt by Margaret Thatcher’s government to enjoin publication, only for the book to receive publicity and perhaps increased sales when it was eventually published (the lawsuits fell at each hurdle). 566 more words