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For a non-programming (but not FOSS) way you could create a free account and try to upload your image to GIScloud. WMS is one of the outputs you can get fron your project there. Check docs for more in …
answered Oct 19 '11 by radek
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functionality and ease of use of ArcGIS Network Analyst extension high quality map production: it's possible with FOSS, but a bunch of extra work sophisticated suite of spatial interpolation tools av …
answered Jul 23 '10 by radek
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If you can put your data into JSON, KML, or GeoRSS then timemap handles time in a very elegant way. UPDATE: Other options to consider: StatPlanet Geopublisher
answered Jul 27 '10 by radek
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Few from my side, mostly out of ESRI world: CARTODB MapBox OPENGEO Linfiniti Geo Blog Smathermather's Weblog GISTUTOR Open Source Computing and GIS in the UK Google Geo Developers
answered Aug 27 '12 by radek
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Flash approach to the problem might be through StatPlanet.
answered Jan 26 '11 by radek
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Open PFLOW project offers: open dataset for typical people mass movement in urban areas Tokyo metropolitan area is available and Chukyo metropolitan area seems to be under preparation. Details …
answered Mar 2 '12 by radek
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There is a nice project from SEAI mapping wind and geothermal energy potential. Very neat example of using MapFish and OpenLayers. Although not purely about maapping I like design of EveryBlock. As f …
answered Aug 11 '10 by radek
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mapproj R package supports nice range of projections, sinusoidal among them. You might also look at Jack van Wijk's Myriahedral Projections according to his paper: All images were produced with a …
answered Sep 7 '10 by radek
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In Alpha release but looks promising: GeoDaNet (Alpha) - Spatial point pattern analysis on networks (based on PySAL Ptyhon library, concieved in GeoDa centre). (Slides, manual, download.)
answered Jun 6 '13 by radek
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Have a look at Open Data Kit. Open source and free. Actively used. With science behind. i2maps from NCG might be another option. In examples section of their website you will find Twitter Trends and …
answered Sep 9 '11 by radek
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ELOGeo Project has couple of good pointers in its repository, and let's hope it will grow larger.
answered Aug 25 '11 by radek
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Quite often I find myself in a situation where I need to explain hardware or software GIS infrastructure to people with no or limited knowledge of GIS. Or give an overview of geoprocessing tasks invol …
asked Oct 12 '11 by radek
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In Alpha release but looks promising: GeoDaNet (Alpha) - Spatial point pattern analysis on networks (based on PySAL Ptyhon library, concieved in GeoDa centre). (Slides, manual, download.)
answered Jun 6 '13 by radek
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There are two new players in R software environment (personally untested): sfnetworks https://github.com/luukvdmeer/sfnetworks stplanr https://github.com/ropensci/stplanr Looking at the docs and exa …
answered Mar 29 '21 by radek