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location Allerød, Denmark
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Work: I work at an consultancy company, creating geographical data like ortho photos, vector data analysis, hydrological screenings, etc.

Education: Engineering with focus on applied math, geoinformatics, industrial and medical image analysis, and computer graphics.

Spare time: Friends, playing and listening to music, volleyball, singing, dancing, yoga and exploring my adventurous soul.


Dec
6
asked How to detect a GDAL/OGR 'Warning'?
Nov
23
revised Ogr: How to add layer description to dgn?
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Nov
21
revised Python loop Polygon to raster not working
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Nov
20
revised How to Edit custom help in ArcGIS ModelBuilder?
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Nov
15
revised Generate QGIS maps automatic after updating an Access 2010 or Filemaker Pro 12 database
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Nov
8
revised How to easily edit attribute data using Regular Expressions?
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Nov
8
awarded  Taxonomist
Nov
7
comment GDAL.RasterizeLayer not ported to the C# bindings?
Can you give me an example of how to initialize and what to provide one of the SWIGTYPE parameters with?
Nov
2
comment GDAL.RasterizeLayer not ported to the C# bindings?
I have no idea about how to use the SWIGTYPE parameters, what to initialise them with and so on.
Oct
30
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
29
awarded  Promoter
Oct
25
revised GDAL.RasterizeLayer not ported to the C# bindings?
Missed an input parameter to the method call.
Oct
22
revised GDAL.RasterizeLayer not ported to the C# bindings?
added 6 characters in body
Oct
22
asked GDAL.RasterizeLayer not ported to the C# bindings?
Oct
20
revised How to merge different classes/clusters in one single raster in arcgis 9.3?
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Oct
18
revised Pasing multivalue parameter using arcpy
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Oct
17
accepted Serving 4 band GeoTIFF in GeoServer 2.1.4
Oct
2
revised ImagePyramid tuning in Geoserver
Wrong tile resolution :|
Oct
2
comment ImagePyramid tuning in Geoserver
Ahh... I see what you mean, and I see my own mistake. The pyramids are actually following the powers of 2, but I have confused my self (and everybody else) by writing resolution as a description instead of size. I guess I was thinking in sizes while using the more precise term resolution. Never the less, I get your point now :)