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GIS - related magazines, monthly papers? [duplicate]

I was wondering if you can recommend some magazines or basically any other GIS-related papers (printed or digital) which are released on a monthly basis (or every 2-3 months); I am practically ...
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The best GIS book! [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: GIS Pros - what lives on your bookshelf? Which book do you think is best for GIS with theoretical bases?
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What are the “must read” academic articles every GIS professional should read?

There was a related question a while back that dealt with the top GIS blogs, but I'm also very interested in "academic" sources of GIS information. I'm currently updating my repository of information ...
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What is the single most influential book every GIS professional should read? [closed]

If you could go back in time and tell yourself to read a specific book/text/guide/tutorial at the beginning of your career as a gis-developer, which book would it be? I expect this list to be varied ...
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Where should I start advanced GIS learning

I am relatively familiar with most of the GIS stuff. I develop GIS applications as well with open source offerings. Still I find some lapses in my theoretical knowledge in GIS. What resources can you ...
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How to improve cartographic visualization of overlapping polygons?

I need some advice about how to improve the visualization of cartographic information. User can select different species and the webmapping app shows its geographical distribution (polygonal degree ...
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Emulating “Swiss style” shaded relief with ArcGIS tools?

Is there a way to create a Swiss style (or other hand-shaded-like styles) shaded relief from a dem using ArcGIS tools alone?
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Projections appropriate for global analysis that preserve area and that preserve distance (but not necessarily in the same projection)

I am looking for a projection (or a set of projections) that decently preserve distances so that I can buffer every country in the world and have a similar level of minimal distortion for each. I ...
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Training for GIS professional working in Telecom? [closed]

This question is not about any code or bugs. This is about GIS profession. I am GIS professional working with MapInfo, OpenLayers, SQL Server, Oracle, and System integration. I learned everything ...
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EPSG:3575 projected bounds

I've been trying to find out what the projected bounds are for EPSG:3575 but have not been able to find a definitive answer. Normally, I'd just use the values from EPSG.io but when I tried these in ...
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Learning classical geography - recommended literature etc

I've been working in the field of GIS for a few years now, and there are some disciplines of knowledge where I lack a good degree of education. My educational background is that I've studied computer ...