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    Start Programming in GIS

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    GIS in and of itself is a very technical system.  Just think about the visual part of a map and then add in the data that lies behind the visualization.  Then on top of everything, add the ability to do extensive analysis with the data.  Each of these parts are held together with a Graphic User Interface such as ArcGIS, MapInfo, or GoogleEarth.  While already being overwhelmed by the data alone, think about the programming that goes into these GUI’s.  You may tell yourself that programming is an

    Replacing Google Map with Hand Drawn Maps

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    Mapplers is a great project to create an atlas from hand drawn maps. Currently the map consists of a hand-drawn map of Brisbane that has been made interactive with the Google Maps API. The site wants to expand the map with user contributions. If you wish to add a contribution you need to e-mail in your hand-drawn maps to the site's creator but there are plans to allow users to upload maps themselves. go here : [hide] http://www.mapplers.org/ [/hide] and contact pattenden@gmail.com to s

    Peter Roosen's NAVIG2: choose a GPS receiver

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    how to choose what GPS that suit to our need. simple, just use this application NAVIG2 its actually a something like an online questioner, after we fill the question, it can determine what GPS product that suite to us. but unfortunately, its Germany, but dont worry, i will give you step by step in ENGLISH  :laugh: 1. Open [hide] http://www.vollmer-roosen.de/Roosen/Navig2/ [/hide] 2. On the first page you have nothing to do, only admire the beautiful German language. Click on "L

    Different types of GPS receivers

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    There are different types of GPS receivers. Before deciding which receiver to buy, you might consider a quick read of the following. This could eventually change your decision. Type 1: Not-self-contained receivers (without screen), also known as RS232 receivers or also GPS mice. This type needs a computer (often a Pocket-PC or Palm PDA) and according program in order to visualize the actual position of the GPS receiver. The link between the GPS and the computer can be wireless (Bluetooth),

    Spatial Data Format in ArcGIS

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    ESRI with their product , ArcGIS, has been an standard industry in geospatial data so their data format are widely use by most of GIS Analyst With their latest product , ArcGIS, ESRI have some different format to suit in many aspect, for example 3D, Raster, Vector or spatial database. 1. VECTOR DATA FORMAT : a. SDC: Smart Data Compression SDC is ESRI's highly compressed format, which is directly readable by ArcGIS software, but not by ArcView 3.x. Many ESRI Data and Maps datasets are na

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    • That's not all, this is a major release which requires NET 6. There's a new License Manager too  😉.  ... but there will be workarounds. A new start page and a Learn Page. Geoprocessing tools will display an information tip letting you know when a selection or other filter is applied to input layers and the number of records that will be processed.  You will also see tool parameter memory and autofill for commonly used tools accessed from the ribbon and context menus. Color Vision Deficiency Simulator. Then there is SAR toolset, Neo4S support to link charts and data from NoSQL, support more CAD and BIM formats etc.  
    • Highlights Now that you’re caught up to speed and ready to run the latest release of ArcGIS Pro, here are some of our favorite features that we are excited to bring you. Package Manager The Package Manager page allows you to manage conda environments for use within ArcGIS Pro. Formerly identified as the Python page, the Package Manager page now supports the upgrade of conda environments you’ve created in previous versions of ArcGIS Pro to the current version, the repair of broken environments, and the renaming of existing environments. Add maps to reports You can now add a map to a report. Maps that you add to the report header or footer are static. You can activate the map frame to adjust the map extent or scale. Maps that you add to a group header, group footer, or details subsection are dynamic. In the report view, the map frame of a dynamic map cannot be activated; however, the exported result updates in scale and extent to reflect the feature or features included in that subsection. Export presets You can create export presets for maps and layouts in ArcGIS Pro. Export presets save all the settings for a particular export type. When you export a map or layout, you can select a default preset or a custom preset you created. This allows for a faster and more consistent export experience. ArcGIS Knowledge If you have configured an ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 Knowledge Server appropriately, you can create a new investigation and knowledge graph using a Neo4j database as a NoSQL data store. A new Geographic layout is available for link charts. Entities in the link chart are positioned on a map using their spatial geometry. Spatial data can also be added to the link chart and a basemap can be used to provide context for the knowledge graph’s spatial entities. source: https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/products/arcgis-pro/announcements/whats-new-in-arcgis-pro-3-0/
    • Excellent I've been wanting to try this version for a long time. Thank you very much
    • Manifold System v9.0.177 Manifold Release 9 is a new GIS that makes spatial work easier, faster, and way more effective for both experts and non-experts alike. Manifold unleashes your insights with superior quality, speed and bulletproof accuracy, all at a cost of ownership lower than even free software. download: https://www.upload.ee/files/14288699/Manifold.System.v9.0.177.x64-BTCR.rar.html https://www.upload.ee/files/14288694/Manifold.System.v9.0.177.x86-BTCR.rar.html credit to BTCR
    • 2014 | ISBN: 9780470971949 | English | 218 pages | True PDF | 4,68 MB Maths for Geoscientists is an accessible, student-friendly introduction to the essential mathematics required by those students taking degree courses within the Geosciences. Clearly structured throughout, this book carefully guides the student step by step through the mathematics they will encounter and will provide numerous applied examples throughout to enhance students understanding and to place each technique into context. Opening with a chapter explaining the need for studying mathematics within geosciences the book then moves on to cover algebra, equations, solutions, logarithms and exponentials, statistics and probability, trigonometry, vectors and calculus. The final chapter helps to bring it all together and provides the students with sample projects to test their knowledge. Worked applied examples are included in each chapter along with applied problem questions which are a mix of straightforward maths questions, word questions (developing maths to words), and more involved questions that involve the manipulation and interpretation of real and synthetic data. download: https://nitro.download/view/B8E6D8A721A70C0/Sanet.st_EssentialMaths4Geoscientists.pdf https://rapidgator.net/file/46ba823691539e96e6442556145a6d94/Sanet.st_EssentialMaths4Geoscientists.pdf.html  
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