WebMapping

Download High resolution from Google Maps

Download High resolution from Google Maps

Explains how to save large format image file from a satellite or standard map without labels. Only using regular software without extensions or plugins. To separate the labels from the maps image I’ll use Adobe Illustrator. Google doesn’t allow to set off the labels on the new G maps but only if you go back to classic or previous page ...

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Enabling ENVI through ArcGIS for Server

Enabling ENVI through ArcGIS for Server

Joe Peters discusses enabling ENVI through ArcGIS for server in this recorded presentation, originally presented at the 2014 Esri UC. See how ENVI for ArcGIS enables ENVI image analysis across the ArcGIS platform. From desktop analysis to web-enabled applications, it’s easy to share your ENVI tasks throughout your ArcGIS ecosystem.

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WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt – Part 1

Publish data for a WebMapping application using PostGIS and Geoserver

In this tutorial we will discover step by step how to Publish data for a WebMapping application using PostGIS and Geoserver. GeoServer allows you to display your spatial information to the world. Implementing the Web Map Service (WMS) standard, GeoServer can create maps in a variety of output formats. OpenLayers, a free mapping library, is integrated into GeoServer, making map ...

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How To Make A New Data Layer Using The Google Earth Interface

How To Make A New Data Layer Using The Google Earth Interface

This video shows you how to create a high resolution data layer of a specific feature of interest which would be suitable for use in a GIS project using Google Earth. This follows on from Tip #11 in this series, which showed how to transfer data layers between Google Earth and GIS projects. This video is presented by Dr Colin ...

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QGIS lesson : OpenStreetMap to production-ready map in minutes

QGIS lesson : OpenStreetMap to production-ready map in minutes

In this lesson I will show you how to download OSM data in QGIS and create a production-ready map in minutes using the QuickOSM plug-in. You will learn how to • Load in an OpenStreetMap layer • Download a .osm file of the area you want • Use QuickOSM plug-in to create your vector layers • Apply styles to your ...

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