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  1. Hi 3dbu, Thanks a lot for this great contribution. Can you please share the other volumes (Volume 1 and 3) of the same series (ESRI Guide to GIS Analysis). I have been desperately looking for the same, especially volume 3 for a long time. Best regards.
  2. Hi, can you please share if you have succeeded in developing standalone application with QGIS? Regards.
  3. Hi folks, I am trying to build a standalone GIS application in python which should be solely based upon free and open source libraries / packages and does not have any dependency on the software packages like ArcGIS or QGIS. One of the analysis functionality which I need to incorporate is the weighted overlay analysis. Now, understandably the same can be easily done in ArcGIS or QGIS or by developing addins for them, but have no experience with how to do it with other open source libraries. Can anybody please guide me about any python package / library which can be used for subject purpose? Best regards.
  4. Hi folks, I have a background in civil engineering and have been actively working in GIS field for last several years after acquiring a postgraduate qualification in GIS. As my work is mostly concerned with LBS and mobile mapping, I have gradually realized the importance of different GNSS solutions and can also see the rapid expansion in this field. I wanted to take some certificate level courses in GNSS hardware / software as well as its utility from RS point of view, but the problem is that there is only one such university in my area which offers a masters level degree in GNSS. If I need to take any GNSS courses, I will have to seek formal admission to the program and only after that I shall be allowed to attend the classes. I am even willing to do that but a little skeptical about how a fulfledged degree in GNSS will fit in with my GIS qualification. Only thing I can think of right now is that it may open some more research opportunities if I opt to pursue PhD studies. I would request that if some friend here has expereince in working with both GIS and GNSS, then please share it here for my guidance and also comment if I should pursue a master level qualification in GNSS after having a similar level qualification in GNSS. Regards.
  5. Hi, I am also in the process of finding topic for my MSc GIS dissertation especially in the Web GIS domain. One possible topic is GIS applications in Cloud based environment, but hopefully some body can suggest some better and more refined idea. Shall wait for finding some valuable responses to this thread.
  6. Thanx to all who have replied. Infact, after searching varoius sources that such like problems may also arise because of improper installation of python. So I gave it a try, and re-installed python from the installation DVD and BINGO------ All spatial statistics tools are working fine. SO for any one facing similar problems, my suggestion will be to re-install python as one of the first attempted solutions. Best regards.
  7. Hi all, Whenever I try to run the Hot Spot Analysis (Getis-Ord Gi*) tool, I find an error icon of red circle with a cross inside, on the extreme top left and next to the Input Feature Class. The circle is found as soon as the tool window opens and even before I put in anything. If I ignore this icon, put int eh required parameters and click OK, an error window appears, just containing a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark inside. http://i1058.photobucket.com/albums/t403/essentialpk/Picture2.jpg[/img] Can any one please advise how I can overcome this problem. I assume there might be some problem with the software settings, but not sure what is causing this conflict. Best regards.
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