206 reputation
27
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
seen Nov 26 '12 at 23:32

Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Sep
10
awarded  Yearling
Jul
22
awarded  Notable Question
May
7
awarded  Teacher
Dec
23
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
26
accepted For the non-IT savvy GIS person (not great w/ Linux & Apache) could someone suggest how to set up PostgreSQL, Geoserver, and ISS/Apache?
Nov
12
revised I have a list of coordinates that make up a route - how can I easily render this shape on a map?
added 419 characters in body
Nov
12
awarded  Editor
Nov
12
revised I have a list of coordinates that make up a route - how can I easily render this shape on a map?
added 3383 characters in body
Nov
12
asked I have a list of coordinates that make up a route - how can I easily render this shape on a map?
Oct
12
asked How can I extract data from Oracle Spatial and preserve the spatial data?
Sep
14
asked For the non-IT savvy GIS person (not great w/ Linux & Apache) could someone suggest how to set up PostgreSQL, Geoserver, and ISS/Apache?
Sep
11
awarded  Supporter
Jul
10
answered How do I create a line between two points with a common field?
Jul
10
asked How do I create a line between two points with a common field?
Jun
6
awarded  Scholar
Jun
6
accepted How to transpose the lat/lon coordinates of a shapefile?
May
24
comment How to transpose the lat/lon coordinates of a shapefile?
Thank you -- This was exactly what I was looking for!
May
24
comment How to transpose the lat/lon coordinates of a shapefile?
It is data that needs to be overlaid on a layer of US states polygons and is roughly a bunch of polygons around major cities (so tampa is in the northwest and vancouver washington is southeast if you can visualize that). Megadrofan's answer below is exactly what I needed to get this to work. I believe it essential flips the lat/long of every single vertex of every polygon.
May
24
awarded  Student