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This is what fiona module would do, but in a sense you are then adding some GIS functionnalities to Python. Further GIS-like analysis on the geometries can then be performed using shapely.


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I have been using MapRight. It is web based with iOS apps, and it is extremely easy to use. It combines parcel data with powerful mapping and presentation functionalities.


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Rather than producing an entirely new map, you may want to look at something like the Kiplinger Tax Map collection to see if what you need already exists.


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There is a good OSGeo Wiki page on mobile GIS options describing the functionality of each software. As far as I can tell, gvSIG Mobile is well developed for a range of mobile devices, including Windows Mobile versions 5 & 6.


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Pretty much all android phones will record the GPS coordinates of a picture in the EXIF data, so you should already have that feature. http://www.digital-photo-secrets.com/tip/1401/how-do-you-find-the-gps-coordinates-of-your-photos/ http://www.phonearena.com/news/How-to-enable-or-disable-photo-and-video-geo-location-on-Android_id62637 ...


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We have written a mobile geospatial data collection and audit app, that works on any browser enabled device (any device as long as it can enable GPS). That means any operating system that you might choose to use, as long as it has a browser. If you are collecting points, you can use the app free up to 100 points (more if you ask nicely ;}) or you could just ...


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Dynamic or real-time viewing For real-time viewing, start with the Virtual Terrain Project. Open source from a proficient developer it has native GIS smarts. Even if you opt not to use VTP the website itself is the best curated list of data and white paper resources on terrain modelling I'm aware of -- including short evaluations of other 3D terrain ...


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[Disclaimer - I am the author of the UI part of this software] ODL Studio is an open source desktop application for planning vehicle routes - so it will solve your problem. It's free and we have people using it in many different countries throughout the world. Download from here http://www.opendoorlogistics.com/ or watch the tutorial video here ...


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I have been using three different programs for that: AirPhotoSE, VSfm and OpenDroneMap. All of them are easy to work, specially if default values give good results for your pictures. AirPhotoSE is the slowest one (it is an old project that it is not active yet), but it works well and gives good results, both for orthophotos and point-clouds (and even ...


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Just my experience before but I do think the case is quite opposite with yours. Once, me and my team produced an application that enable the users to make an interactive data linkage between access and arcreader. Users can only edit and input the data table only while they can not change the maps. In short, users can input their data, query the data they ...


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Llaves mentioned GPSFileDepot as a good place to figure out how to do what you're asking. The tutorial he is referring to has just been updated and now includes steps using QGIS to take data sources, do the processing necessary to convert them for Garmin, and then compile them into maps you can install on your GPS. The new tutorial with QGIS included is ...


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I have found a suitable solution to the question I asked earlier. To do this I used the Convert Geometry Type function from MMQGIS plugin (the plugin must be installed). MMQGIS → Modify → Convert Geometry Type From the window I chose the layer(line type) and chose New Geometry Type (this has several options) I used Centroid and selected the Output Shapefile. ...



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