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A framework, developed by Microsoft, that compiles any of several COM-based programming languages into machine-executable language.
files generated with SUMMIT DAT/EM.
Contains a list of Super Project Data (.SUD) files
For spatial data that has two dimensions; which would normally be horizontal positional axes, such as Eastings and Northings, or Longitude and Latitude.
In computer architecture, 32-bit integers, memory addresses, or other data units are those that are at most 32 bits (4 octets) wide.
Questions related to GIS objects that have three dimensions.
An extension to ArcGIS that allows for the creation, visualization, and analysis of three-dimensional data.
Virtual representation of a real-world object that is vizualized in a 3-dimensional artificial space.
a German company limited by shares, which acts as a non-profit organization. The company specialises in Open Source Geo IT.
In computer architecture, 64-bit computing is the use of processors that have datapath widths, integer size, and memory addresses of 64 bits (eight octets) wide.
Relating to, or characteristic of a school, especially one of higher learning.
a file extension for a Data for Microsoft Access Database (Open XML).
in this context implies coding practices to make web content accessible to users with visual impairment
The degree of closeness of measurements of a quantity to that quantity's actual value
something that happens when you click on a feature (in QGIS). It can add functionality to a map, such as retrieving additional information about an object.
Additional software packages which add functionality to another software program.
a collection of information, presented in a mostly fixed format, used for describing the location of a building, apartment, or other structure or a plot of land, generally using politica…
Spatial relationship where two features share a common border under some interpretation - ie, are 'next to' each other.
The process of setting up and configuring a piece of software. Usually the term is applied to software that run as or supply some sort of service with multiple users.
Divisions of the earth's surface created to collect, organize, or depict information.
a short name for ARC Digitized Raster Graphics
the top license level for Esri software with all geoprocessing tools that don't require extensions being available for use.