GIS

ArcMap 10: How to Mosaic digital elevation models using a target raster

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In this video, I showed how to mosaic a dataset using ArcMap. In this video, I am showing how to mosaic a DEM dataset for Toronto, which was attained from the Natural Resource Canada GeoGratis. Check it out, it’s awesome free data. This video will overcome a few scary aspects. First, if your DEM is grey, don’t panic. It can ...

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Tempus, a new OpenSource platform for Multimodal routing

Tempus, a new OpenSource platform for Multimodal routing

Tempus is an OpenSource Framework for multimodal routing. This platform focuses on planning trips that involve all possible transport modalities, mixing private and public modes as well as shared vehicles. It also aims at fulfilling requests with multiple objectives. Tempus project page, on GitHub: ifsttar.github.io/Tempus/ Tempus is the result of a successfull collaboration between transports scientists ( French IFSTTAR research ...

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How To Create And Use Custom Style Files In QGIS

How To Create And Use Custom Style Files In QGIS

Creating a legend for a GIS data layer so that it shows your data in a specific way can be time-consuming, particularly if you have to do it on a regular basis. In this video, you will learn how to create your own custom legend and save it as Style File. Once you have created such a file, you can ...

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GIS Binary Suitability Model

GIS Binary Suitability Model

Michele GeoMattix shows you how to create and implement a binary suitability model in GIS to find the most suitable locations for a new cafe in Tucson, AZ.

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Introduction to SuperGIS 3D Earth Server 3.2

Introduction to SuperGIS 3D Earth Server 3.2

SuperGIS 3D Earth Server is a software that allows you to display and share all your GIS data in a 3D view, which is a breakthrough technology in traditional GIS systems. By exploring the data in the virtual globe, it is much easier to see the spatial relationships between different features.

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