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Works as an engineer at the Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management. GIS analysis, gis servers, some python knowledge, standardization issues and more. Also experience from national level GIS projects in Uganda, Ghana, Zambia, Timor Leste and Tanzania.


Dec
19
revised Automated detection of tracks
Added sample imagery
Dec
17
comment Automated detection of tracks
Michael, thank you for your inputs! The parks are likely to be marches and mossy open areas. But - if the procedures could be applied on savannas then that's fine too. Snow is certainly an alternative - and then related to snow mobiles. A too broad scope (like including snow) would probably not benefit the question. I kept it generic to attract more potential answers. A "final" answer should probably cover as many of the options as possible.
Dec
17
comment Automated detection of tracks
Thanks Aron, yes it is related to off-road tracks. We aim at documenting them to get an indication of the extent of any damage. We would probably limit it to some management unit like nature reserves, national parks or similar. Per now we are trying to figure out our options before designing a project.
Dec
17
asked Automated detection of tracks
Dec
3
awarded  Yearling
Sep
27
revised How to create Map from jpeg in Arcgis 10
added comment where I indicate that this is actually map making instead of georeferencing an existing map.
Sep
27
answered How to create Map from jpeg in Arcgis 10
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
23
awarded  Benefactor
Sep
23
comment Open source web map client with time sliders using WMS source
This answer is the closest one to an answer. If you manage to get a stripped down version of the client with a settings file/documentation it would be a good start. Adding a jQueryUI slider will bring us all the way.Saw your answer too late to award the bounty.
Sep
23
accepted Open source web map client with time sliders using WMS source
Sep
19
comment Open source web map client with time sliders using WMS source
Nicolas, I have made some changes to the question. But your assumption is wrong. This required solution should be focused on one wms-layer shifting according to a time slider along the dates presented in the getcapabilities info.
Sep
19
revised Open source web map client with time sliders using WMS source
More clarity to the question as well as links to the services.
Sep
17
comment A global, grid-like projection for creating heatmaps
One good reason to keep the characters (text) is to keep it human readable.For use in atlases and human reference it serves the purpose well. It would of course be possible by using this for example this representation: E=0,W=1,S=0,N=1, A=1,B=2,C=3 and D=4. Some well written code snippets in python or other relevant scripting language should be able to "bridge" the meridian/equator challenges at little cost. Of course depending on your QDGC operation level and data set size.
Sep
16
awarded  Promoter
Sep
12
comment Open source web map client with time sliders using WMS source
Completely outside the current one. Looking for a quick and dirty proof of concept to prototype new functionality.
Sep
12
revised Open source web map client with time sliders using WMS source
Updated link to actual map solution. Added info on being able to make changes on attributes.
Sep
12
asked Open source web map client with time sliders using WMS source
Sep
4
comment How to query one shape file using another shape file?
ArcGIS has an option for joining or relating existing spatial objects (shapefiles and other). Your question is however a bit unclear on the purpose of your quest. I suspect that this question has already been answered in this forum.
Sep
3
answered A global, grid-like projection for creating heatmaps