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Open source IDF router for QGIS

This is a follow-up on my previous post introducing an Open source IDF parser for QGIS. Today’s post takes the code further and adds routing functionality for foot, bike, and car routes including oneway streets and turn restrictions. 91 more words


Workshop: Data, Mapping, and Research Justice

I’ll be teaching the workshop on data and making maps again in August with Allied Media Projects Co.Open. We’ll be doing some data collection and analysis of the changes in the Cass Corridor. 15 more words


Open source IDF parser for QGIS

IDF is the data format used by Austrian authorities to publish the official open government street graph. It’s basically a text file describing network nodes, links, and permissions for different modes of transport. 102 more words


Quantum GIS and MongoDB

This site will be dedicated to keeping track of developments happening in MongoDB and QGIS. Primarily it will be about Python and how it can mediate between MongoDB and QGIS. 29 more words

QGIS 2.10 Pisa is out!

The new QGIS 2.10 (Pisa) has been released, with many great new features, tweaks and enhancements. Check out the changelog for the highlights (you’ll need some time, it is again an impressive list of improvements and new features). 50 more words


TUTORIAL - Creating a QGIS Plugin in Windows 7 with the Plugin Builder- Part I

Hi again! In this tutorial I’m going to show you probably the easiest way to create a basic QGIS plugin. We’re going to take a peek into the code as well. 912 more words


Five Million Acres of Alaska Wildfire Growth

Alaska is on track to break 2004’s record for the most acres burned. Nearly 700 fires have been started by lightening storms or humans.

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