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Download QGIS 2.12 Lyon, the last released version of QGIS

download qgis 2.12 lyon

A new version of the free GIS mapping system QGIS 2.12 Lyon has recently been released, and focuses on customization based on user preferences and improvements for more efficient workflows. This system provides the unique opportunity to individuals and business to obtain GIS capability without the need for expensive software or hardware. QGIS 2.12 Lyon comes with many awesome new features. Special highlights ...

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SuperGIS Webinar – A Better World with Open Data – GIS Application

SuperGIS Webinar – A Better World with Open Data – GIS Application

Open data is, in fact, not a new idea. It encourages and let more people able to reuse it. Its convenience and sharable feature bring boundless value-added application in several domains, especially GIS. In this webinar, you will learn how to *Freely use open data, of course *Integrate various data sources with GIS *Overview city in diverse aspects *Manage disaster ...

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Creating a Raster Elevation Map

Creating a Raster Elevation Map

How to understand raster elevation files, raster interpolation from point elevations, outline of raster interpolation in ArcGIS Acquiring elevation point data through MassGIS Digital Terrain Models (DTM) and processing files in Excel for import into ArcGIS Creating event themes from coordinates, setting workspace in ArcMap, merging point feature classes, interpolating points to elevation raster with IDW Raster statistics in ArcMap, ...

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Educational Research on Maps, Geospatial Technology, and Spatial Thinking

Educational Research on Maps, Geospatial Technology, and Spatial Thinking

This is a panel discussion from the AAG’s GeoProgressions workshop (October 10, 2014: National Geographic Society). The discussion explores research questions, findings and issues that are germane to the development of hypothetical learning progressions for national geography standards 1, 2, & 3. • What is known from research about the development of spatial thinking across K-12 grade bands? • What ...

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Designing a GIS application for the Facebook generation

Designing a GIS application for the Facebook generation

The web is full of complicated mapping apps, with loads of tools, check boxes and drop-down menus. These systems are designed by experts for experts, rather than the general public. We needed a web mapping app for the iPod and FaceBook generation – kids who never read the manual, but expect things to just work. Our starting point was a ...

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