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Google Earth Mapping vs iBase MapInfo Mapping

Google Earth Mapping vs iBase MapInfo Mapping

Exploring the functionality of Google Earth and iBase MapInfo within IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook. IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook® is a visual intelligence analysis environment that can optimise the value of massive amounts of information collected by government agencies and businesses. It allows analysts to quickly collate, analyse and visualise data from disparate sources while reducing the time required to discover ...

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WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt – Part 3

WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt

This is the third video about creating a WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt. In the first tutorial of this series, you learned how to create a database in PostgreSQL / PostGIS and how to import data in Shapefiles format. Then, to allow displaying this spatial information in a webmapping application, we published it using Geoserver. GeoServer is an ...

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Google Maps: The many dimensions of a modern map

Google Maps: The many dimensions of a modern map

For the last decade we’ve obsessed over building great maps for our users—maps that are comprehensive, accurate and easy to navigate. This video gives you a glimpse into that journey, and also talks about what’s next for Google Maps.

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How to Get Bing Maps Back into your ArcGIS Online Subscription Maps

How to Get Bing Maps Back into your ArcGIS Online Subscription Maps

Earlier in 2013 Esri removed the Bing Maps from their ArcGIS.com basemap list. There is still a way to use the Bing Basemaps for your ArcGIS Online Maps, but the process is a little messy. The folks at Cloudpoint Geographics would like to help show you how to do that with this short 4 minute explanation.

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Google Geospatial Summit

Google Geospatial Summit

A quick overview of the Google Geospatial Summit. Featuring Google Geo leaders and customers, the summits covered the latest cutting edge examples of Enterprise’s Google Earth Pro and Maps API.

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How to display geotagged photographs in Google Earth

How to display geotagged photographs in Google Earth

Learn how you can use free software downloaded from the Internet to create a KMZ file of your geotagged photographs. KMZ files are opened in Google Earth and users can click on any thumbnail to see the full photo. The KMZ file can be emailed and viewed to anyone who had Google Earth installed on their computer.

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