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Mapperz, Blogger, GIS Cartographer & Consultant, Geo-Innovator - Senior Mapping Guru & Part-time Numpty

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Dec
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revised 502 Bad Gateway
add response file by comment request
Dec
11
answered 502 Bad Gateway
Dec
11
comment What software would be useful to create General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS)?
How you control the feed from the GTFS is up to you. FME is good at controlling the information you need and removing what you do not require.
Dec
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to speed up queries for raster databases?
Dec
11
answered Arrowhead in polyline google map v3
Dec
10
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How accurate is approximating the Earth as a sphere?
Dec
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How accurate is approximating the Earth as a sphere?
Dec
10
comment What software would be useful to create General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS)?
Note FME is not free - but is extremely useful and worth the purchase.
Dec
10
comment What software would be useful to create General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS)?
FME will do a good job - has a learning curve. blog.safe.com/2010/10/…
Dec
10
comment High Resolution Sinusoidal Interrupted Projection of the Earth
progonos.com/furuti/MapProj/Normal/ProjInt/Img/… has nine
Dec
10
comment Looking for free program, similar to 3D Analyst, to visualize tree stands in 3D
GRASS GIS grass.osgeo.org/download
Dec
10
answered QGIS to support hydraulic engineering projects
Dec
10
comment QGIS to support hydraulic engineering projects
DTM this can have more than one answer in this case it would be Digital Terrain Model. adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2009EGUGA..11.7553V
Dec
10
revised QGIS to support hydraulic engineering projects
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Dec
10
comment High Resolution Sinusoidal Interrupted Projection of the Earth
For your globe the 9 lobes would work best using the Interrupted sinusoidal map, each hemisphere split in nine lobes.
Dec
10
comment High Resolution Sinusoidal Interrupted Projection of the Earth
There are different types of sinusoidal interrupted projections depending on the number of lobe boundaries you require progonos.com/furuti/MapProj/Normal/ProjInt/projInt.html
Dec
8
answered Moving cloned maps
Dec
8
answered Google Maps Markers inconsistent as they're drawn?
Dec
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Find pseudo nodes in free GIS software