Questions tagged [global]

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Global NetCDF datasets with station time series data?

I´m working on a web application which uses temperatur and precipitation data. Currently i´m using only globally interpolated, multidimensional rasterdata from terrestrial stations (queried with x,y,t)...
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Group cities into MSA/Agglomerated areas

I've been asked to do some research where I compare survey data to some population numbers. Unfortunately, I think it is likely the case that people who live in smaller cities that are close to large ...
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trim a global quadtree by population density?

I'm looking for a way to match people so as to find other members that are 'nearby' - not for those dreadful 'girls near you' ads, don't worry ;_) Of course 'nearby' in the country is a different ...
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EPSG codes for projections to use when computing the area of global polygon sets in python env

The general answer to this question is "Use any equal area projection in units of meters that covers the world". Python code needed to make use of this is short and sweet: import geopandas as gpd ...
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Correct Buffers crossing dateline in sf package in R

Using the global coral reef distribution data provided by UNEP https://data.unep-wcmc.org/datasets/1 I have been attempting to buffer around the points and polygons of coral reefs. The point buffers (...
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Up-to date agricultural land use

I'm looking for data on commodities (corn and potato). Tools such as USDA's cropscape (http://nassgeodata.gmu.edu/CropScape/) are great but lack global cover. I found this dataset http://www....
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Creating other shared objects like map (CMV)

We need to create an object which is accessible from the controller and widgets. Rather like how we can currently access the map object. Could anybody shed light on how this can be done?