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bio website atlefren.net
location Trondheim, Norway
age 30
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Background: masters in Geomatics and ICT from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (2009). Works as a GIS software/web developer. JavaScript and Python ninja, web mapping in OpenLayers and Leaflet. Knowledgeable about PostGIS and Geoserver


Feb
25
answered Display Leaflet Markers with UTM coordinates?
Feb
25
answered Create Tiles for a raster(georeferenced) to use in leaflet
Feb
25
answered Problem with loading GeoJSON file in OpenLayers generated by PHP
Feb
25
comment Libraries and/or ideas for navigating WMS time-parameter
Not really decided on how much screen estate. I guess the answer is "as little as possible, but without sacrificing efficiency". I also think there should be prior art, but my google-fu isn't as strong as I thought, hence this question.
Feb
25
answered Merging more than two shapefiles in QGIS
Feb
24
answered Offline data and less space with Ruby
Feb
24
asked Libraries and/or ideas for navigating WMS time-parameter
Nov
27
awarded  Yearling
Sep
29
answered Offline Python or C++ library for plotting locations on map?
Jul
31
answered Popups on Layer (OpenLayers)
Jun
21
awarded  Revival
Jun
7
answered Draw line as a text in wfs
Jun
5
awarded  Self-Learner
Jun
4
answered Can't read returned geojson
Jun
4
comment Can't read returned geojson
I see your problem. What I would suggest is to call your jsp with just the point, sanitize the point in jsp and build the SQL query there.
Jun
4
comment Python select by attribute using a variable counter
what are you trying to do? Loop over something? What are the bounds for x? Is this the whole program?
Jun
4
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
4
comment Can't read returned geojson
a sidenote, but: you are aware of the Sql-injection risks here?
Jun
4
answered Creating nanoscale DEM with GDAL
Jun
3
comment Creating nanoscale DEM with GDAL
My code so far can be found here: github.com/atlefren/AFMParser Seems to work for me, does this seem sane? (see especially test.py) Sorry for the lack of test data, difficult to publish data that's part of ongoing research.