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bio website jay.askren.net
location Bear, DE
age 38
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Dec 19 '12 at 15:43
I'm a java developer who is working on disease simulations software and dabbling in Android development on the side.

Oct
29
comment Best practices for visualizing speed
@Andy W. That's true. Updates must be in a regular interval.
Oct
29
comment Best practices for visualizing speed
@Andy W. No, if you look the line lengths are different for the fast blue dots over on the left vsthe orange dots over on the right. I believe the width of the line is based on the the size of the circle.
Sep
20
comment What is the best method of visualizing a network on a map?
Here's a link I believe (sharpmap.codeplex.com)
Sep
16
comment What is the best method of visualizing a network on a map?
+1 This could be a good option too depending on the specific data.
Sep
5
comment What tools are available for uploading gis data to a database?
Good thought. Thanks.
Sep
5
comment How would one geocode historical US census records?
+1 The link looks promising. Thank you.
Sep
4
comment How to develop WMS services in java?
Here are tutorials for Geoserver (geoserver.org/display/GEOSDOC/4+Tutorials)
Aug
12
comment How would I create my own geocoding web service
Very nice! Thank you.
Aug
7
comment How would I create my own geocoding web service
I think combining Levenshtein distance with the data from Geonames (geonames.org) may work for me. Thanks.
Aug
7
comment How would I create my own geocoding web service
+1 That's probably true. Levenshtein looks like a good place to start and it looks like Postgres even supports it. Thanks.
Aug
7
comment How would I create my own geocoding web service
The algorithms are what I'm looking for.
Aug
7
comment How would I create my own geocoding web service
I would really like to host everything in house and not depend on an outside api.