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How Does Esri Software Fit into the CHM Workflow?

Community Health Maps (CHM) necessarily focuses on low cost and open source tools. This is because our goal is to find mapping tools that can be used by any community group, no matter the budget or resources. 415 more words


Using QGIS Cloud as a PostGIS database

This post will demonstrate how to deploy layers created in QGIS Desktop as PostGIS tables in QGIS Cloud. The GI Analyst can access spatial data on the cloud and download for use on desktop GIS. 300 more words


OSM turn restriction QA with QGIS

Wrong navigation instructions can be annoying and sometimes even dangerous, but they happen. No dataset is free of errors. That’s why it’s important to assess the quality of datasets. 536 more words


"Freehand Raster Georefencer" plugin for QGIS

Some time ago, I released a plugin for QGIS called “Freehand Raster Georeferencer” that allows interactive raster georeferencing. It implements some tools (move, rotate, scale, stretch…) to manipulate a raster directly on the map, on top of the other layers. 119 more words


One "add" button to rule them all

Reducing the number of “Add layer” buttons in the QGIS GUI is a commonly voiced wish. Multiple approaches have been discussed but no decision has been made so far. 166 more words


Traveltime routing & catchment extension for the QGIS IDF router

As announced in Salzburg a few days ago, I’m happy to present the lastest enhancement to my IDF router for QGIS: travel time routing and catchment computation. 123 more words


Where is Western Sydney?

‘Western Sydney’ is a pretty politically and culturally charged term in Sydney, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westie_(person)

But, there is no real definition of what Western Sydney is. Seeing as it is essentially an opinon, I figured asking people is as good a way as any to define it. 360 more words