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Is there any way I can use a Key-Value store for geospatial data?

I read somewhere about No SQL being a solution for large databases management, the kind that google uses for their operations, are there any examples of a spatial model data with NO SQL?

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marked as duplicate by JasonBirch, scw Aug 12 '10 at 23:08

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It might be helpful to clarify your title to be closer to your question, which is pointing to examples of NoSQL for spatial data management. Thanks! –  scw Aug 8 '10 at 16:43
    
thanks i'll check it out –  Evion Aug 10 '10 at 1:24

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While it isn't specifically addressing examples, the Using Key-Value Stores for Geospatial Data question has a number of examples listed, along with a few ideas about how to implement it for your own needs.

This is certainly an emerging area of interest, a few upcoming talks from the FOSS4G conference:

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if there is a question which appears to be a duplicate, you can vote to close it; keeps things cleaner. Also, since we have few users over 500, may need a mod flag to get it actually closed. –  JasonBirch Aug 9 '10 at 0:47
    
I answered it because it did seem to be a slightly different question, but I agree that they are quite close to one another. If this is just a list of examples, then it could be community wiki and coexist with the other page. If its asking the same thing as the other question, we should close it entirely. –  scw Aug 9 '10 at 18:40

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