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Feb
16
revised Is there a smartphone app for mobile asset logging?
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Feb
15
suggested suggested edit on Is there a smartphone app for mobile asset logging?
Jan
28
comment Data ETL workflow optimization
Would he be able to schedule this process, too? I personally think that it would be legitimate for you to compare and contrast with other methods because you've disclosed your connection to the company - and hey, he's already got the software, so it's not like you're going to trick him into buying it :)
Jan
28
answered Data ETL workflow optimization
Jan
3
comment Visualization to inference workflow
Broadly, I'm just interested in how people incorporate statistical inference into their mapping processes. What you describe is certainly one possible scenario, but there are lots of others and I'm not even especially interested in responses from epidemiology.
Dec
22
revised Visualization to inference workflow
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Dec
21
asked Visualization to inference workflow
Dec
21
comment Differentiating a building from a road on a map?
I'm pretty much perpetually in awe of your answers.
Dec
11
awarded  Quorum
Dec
9
awarded  Precognitive
Nov
24
revised Buffers of public transportation transit times
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Nov
8
awarded  Self-Learner
Oct
29
comment Buffers of public transportation transit times
Based on my own experiences with the public transit here, I don't think constant velocity is actually a reasonable assumption here. Proximity to an express or regional bus could make a big difference for people in our outlying areas, especially since we're very close to the routes of some of those buses. Then there's the light rail...
Oct
14
comment What was the rationale for the non-standard UTM zones near Norway?
This is a wild guess based on almost no actual facts, but it's been so long since I've even been able to guess at answers here: Submarines. The Germans had tons of U-boats based in Norway during the Second World War.
Aug
30
comment USA geocoding that's anonymous, good, and free - does it exist?
Looks promising, thanks.
Aug
30
comment USA geocoding that's anonymous, good, and free - does it exist?
Good question - I'm interested in the US broadly, Colorado in particular, the Front Range counties precisely.
Aug
30
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
16
comment Buffers of public transportation transit times
Note: I found out some time later that the Google Maps directions API doesn't permit use of the public transit mode - just driving, walking and bicycling.
Aug
13
comment Can I get some recommendations for an Open Source Trouble Ticket system?
... or even StackOverflow. Even though that community is mostly programmers, you'd almost certainly find excellent advice there. Just specify your needs clearly.
Aug
13
comment What are your biggest challenges as a GIS developer?
I'm a statistician, and I have very similar complaints about ESRI products. My overly-optimistic theory is that, because computers were probably applied to stats before GIS, GIS software is about ten years behind statistical software (in its SAS/SPSS phase) and that a truly outstanding open-source program or stack is on the verge of breaking out. Maybe it already has - it's been years since I've had the chance to play with non-ESRI programs.