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Choosing Colors for Bivariate Maps Bivariate maps show two phenomena simultaneously. A bivariate map can answer three types of questions, not just one. By using appropriate and intentioned colors, cartographers can focus attention on data and allow the map reader to answer the three questions more efficiently. This poster provides an overview of the theory and methods of bivariate color selection.Benjamin Thornton, Georgianna Strode, and others2017-08-08 20:11
Learn GIS for free: The complete course compilation of “Learn GIS for free” course. A complete course to map your data with open source GIS: explore GIS tools, learn concepts and terminology of spatial analysis, learn how to analyse data, symbolise data and make your own maps, how to work with projections, vectorial and raster data, etc.gvSIG Association2017-08-03 12:38
CARTO Workshop This repository contains a complete training on CARTO technologies. The contents are separated into modules and are meant to be made sequentially going from the most basic usage for GIS and analysts up to the advanced development section for attendants with more knowledge about web mapping development and so on. Modules can be easily combined to finally make a 1 week full training but they can be also split to make a longer training with half day duration.CARTO Solutions Team2017-08-01 10:53
QGIS, InaSAFE, OSM Training Workshop Two-page worksheets for engaged topical hands-on study. Follow a structured course or dip in and choose. The trainer gives a minimal introduction then the student needs to read and follow written instructions along with hints, variables and other supplemental information. Instead of lecturing, the trainer helps when asked and the students help each other. Tim Sutton, Admire Nyakudya, Gavin Fleming, Etienne Trimaille and others2017-07-31 19:05
Create a thematic map in 60 minutes: Examples with QGIS This is a short book (available at Amazon as e-book or printed) attempting to demonstrate that anyone who has access to a computer with an internet connection can create a thematic map in one hour and for free. The book introduces the reader to GIS, presents instructions for downloading and installing QGIS in Windows and Ubuntu, it provides sources of sample data and all the steps necessary to create a simple thematic map with QGIS.Stamatis Kalogirou2017-03-28 09:09
Observation processing using GAWK and Octave These tutorial gives useable examples to process geodata, make it useable for GIS/CAD software. Among others total station, GPS data formats are discussed, processed. The GAWK and Octave codes and sample data are also available on the GitHub page of the tutorial.Zoltan Siki2016-02-10 07:57
Spatio-temporal data handling and visualization in GRASS GIS First, we will introduce you to GRASS GIS 7, including its spatio-temporal capabilities and you will learn how to manage and analyze geospatial data time series. Then, we will explore new tools for visualization of spatio-temporal data. You will create both 2D and 3D dynamic visualizations directly in GRASS GIS 7. Additionally, we will explain the Space Time Cube concept using various applications based on raster and vector data time series. You will learn to manage and visualize data in space time cubes (voxel models). No prior knowledge of GRASS GIS is necessary, we will cover the basics needed for the workshop. This workshop was originally created for FOSS4G 2014. Vaclav Petras, Anna Petrasova, Helena Mitasova, Markus Neteler2016-01-11 03:44
How to write a Python GRASS GIS 7 addon Introduction to all parts of scripting for GRASS GIS using Python programming language. Advanced techniques required to create fully blown GRASS GIS module which can be published as an addon are shown as well. This workshop was originally created for FOSS4G Europe 2015.Pietro Zambelli, Markus Neteler, Luca Delucchi, Vaclav Petras, Anna Petrasova2016-01-11 03:36
UAV/lidar Data Analytics The course covers monitoring, analysis, and modeling of 3D landscape change using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and lidar data. The principles of UAS data collection, processing of 3D point clouds and the resulting terrain models are explained, followed by hands-on experience with multitemporal data collected by the NCSU NextGen Air Transportation (NGAT) program. The course also covers techniques for analysis and visualization of lidar data time series and outputs of dynamic simulations, including immersive visualization at the Hunt library facilities. The students will also have the opportunity to work with the Tangible Landscape system to explore impact of 3D terrain change on landscape parameters and processes. Course uses both open source and proprietary software each for different tasks.Helena Mitasova, Justyna Jeziorska, Vaclav Petras, Anna Petrasova2016-01-11 03:28
Introduction to Using R (& RStudio) for Spatial Analysis This material is for a workshop course, designed to be given to small groups. However, it can also be used independently. This course will cover an introduction to R, how to load and manage spatial data and how to create maps using R. We will look at appropriate ways of using classifications for choropleth maps, using loops in R to create multiple maps and some basic spatial analysis. We will be using R Studio to work with the R environment. By the end of the course you will be able to load data into R, represent it effectively and be able to prepare an output quality map.Dr Nick Bearman2015-08-29 10:58
"GIS at school" Guidebook for biology, geograpy, and science teachers This guidebook was prepared as a final publication of the EduGIS Academy project focused on promoting use of GIS/ICT at schools, in particular for biology, geography and science education. The book includes methodological guidelines for implementation of geoinformation in school education as well as ready-to-use lesson scenarios, incl. working sheets, etc.Team of UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Centre and cooperating teachers2015-08-17 13:13
Mapping with Leaflet This is an introductory workshop session on Mapping with Leaflet. This workshop session does not assume any Javascript or programming knowledge. The session attempts to build simple and easy-to-use and easy-to-understand examples of how geographic data and information can be visualised using the Leaflet library. This workshop was delivered at the FOSS4VGI Summerschool which preceeded the FOSS4G 2015 Europe conference in Como, Italy in July 2015. Source code for the examples is included. Peter Mooney2015-07-29 20:01
Geospatial Modeling and Analysis The course explains digital representation and analysis of geospatial phenomena and provides foundations in methods and algorithms used in GIS analysis. Special focus is on terrain modeling, geomorphometry, watershed analysis and introductory GIS-based modeling of landscape processes (water, sediment). The course includes analysis from lidar data, coastal change assessment and 3D visualization. GRASS GIS and ArcGIS are used side by side for all practical tasks in the course.Helena Mitasova, Rob Austin, Anna Petrasova, Vaclav Petras, Paul Paris2015-06-22 14:38
Working with Raster Data in QGIS This tutorial focuses on working with raster data in QGIS with an emphasis on elevation models and includes: downloading, tiling, and warping (re-projecting) DEMs and DRGs and creating hillshades and contour lines.Joseph Paccione2014-08-11 14:14
Introduction to the NYC Geodatabase (nyc_gdb) Open Source Version This tutorial uses this specific resource, a spatial database of New York City features and census data, to introduce Spatialite. Exercises include mapping Spatialite features in QGIS and using the Spatialite GUI to perform SQL and Spatial SQL queries and to create new database objects.Frank Donnelly2013-11-06 22:08
Workshop on GeoNetwork's HTML5 UI How to handle widgets on geonetwork's UIMaría Arias de Reyna Domínguez2013-09-21 11:21
Using the CORINE2000 land cover/ land use data base with GRASS-GIS under Ubuntu-linux 8.04 This tutorial shows how to use information from the CORINE2000 land cover data base with GRASS-GIS under the Ubuntu-linux operating system.Nikos Alexandris2012-10-10 17:36
Basic Quantum GIS and Webmapping This workshop is a technical demonstration and hands-on tutorial in the use of Quantum GIS (a free and open source GIS software) for creating and producing maps. This training workshop focuses on the basic interface and data exploration tools of QGIS. At the end of the training/workshop, participants should be able to: 1) install QGIS, 2) navigate the basic interface of QGIS, 3) transform and create geospatial data from field reports and other non-map based information, 4) perform basic vector data processing, 5) prepare paper-based maps and, 5) publish simple webmaps. Materials was used for the Wildlife Conservation Society of The Philippines 2011 Annual Symposium.Emmanuel "Maning" Sambale2011-12-08 05:27
FOSS4G tutorials developed by Carleton University 4th year geomatics students Students in this class complete final projects designed to explore free and open source GIS software of their choice, in an application which is also largely their own choice (with instructor approval).Students in Scott Mitchell's GEOM4008 course2011-09-13 05:24
Introduction to GRASS GIS Seminar presented at Geostat2011, Landau, Germany - Objective: Introduction to GRASS GIS: from history and background to statistical modules and GRASS+R - General description: The tutorial will begin with a general introduction to GRASS with a few exercises to get familiar with GRASS. Emphasis will be put on some important concepts of GRASS: locations, computational regions and vector topology. The amount of exercises will then increase from session to session, ending with GRASS – R interaction. - Required back-ground knowledge: GIS and spatial data processing, statistics. - Software / R packages required: GRASS 6.4.1, 6.4.2 or 6.5, R stats.Markus Neteler and Markus Metz2011-08-12 10:13
Introduction to GIS Using Open Source Software This tutorial was created to accompany the GIS Practicum, a day-long workshop offered by the Newman Library at Baruch College CUNY that introduces participants to geographic information systems (GIS) using the open source software QGIS. The practicum introduces GIS as a concept for envisioning information and as a tool for conducting geographic analyses and creating maps. Participants learn how to navigate a GIS interface, how to prepare layers and conduct a basic geographic analysis, and how to create thematic maps.Frank Donnelly2011-07-05 21:45
Spatial Operations Tutorial for uDig Framework Adding a New Spatial Operation This document is a description of how third parties can contribute to the Spatial Operations framework. The Spatial Operations framework provides a template where the spatial operations can be displayed. It is integrated in uDig. In this tutorial it is assumed that you know the uDig framework and your Eclipse environment is configured with uDig SDK. You can find good documents in the uDig Developers page.Alain Jimeno, Aritz Davila, Miguel Alonso, Mauricio Pazos2011-02-02 11:00
Spatial Operations Tutorial for uDig Framework Reusing Existent Spatial Process Integrating Sextante This document is a description of how third parties can contribute to the Spatial Operations framework. The Spatial Operations framework, promoted by Gipuzkoa Provincial Council - Mobility and Land Planning Department, provides a template where the spatial operations can be displayed and executed. It is integrated into uDig. In this tutorial it is assumed that you know the uDig framework and your Eclipse environment is configured with uDig SDK. You can find good documents in the uDig Developers page.Aritz Davila, Mauricio Pazos2011-02-02 10:52
pgRouting workshop FOSS4G routing with pgRouting tools, OpenStreetMap road data and GeoExtDaniel Kastl, Frédéric Junod2011-01-16 14:18
Archaeological maps from qGIS and Inkscape: A brief guide Creation of maps in Quantum GIS and editing of the same in Inkscape for the production of map illustrationsRobinson, Christina and Campbell, Dana and Hodgkinson, Anna 2010-11-25 17:38
"Introducing GIS" Tutorial with QGIS A GIS tutorial that includes step by step instructions and video clips to help you learn how to use Quantum GIS (QGIS). Includes a user guide. Also includes customized QGIS software with sample data for South Africa. Tim Sutton2010-10-16 22:27
OSGeo-Live documentation 1 Page Overview Documentation + 5 minute Quick Start for GeoSpatial Open Source projects packaged on the OSGeo-Live DVDMultiple - Editor: Cameron Shorter2010-08-02 03:04
How I set up GeoServer on an old machine A set of notes describing how I set up a basemap server for my group using PostGIS, GeoServer etc.Ian Turton2010-07-30 12:34
GIS Basics with Quantum GIS Includes a set of practice data and exercises covering several GIS operations, and some presentations covering basic cartography and GIS principles. Micha Silver2010-07-26 13:25
The use of reStructured Text in the preparation of manuals for FOSS An explanation of how to setup syntax highlighting for reStructured Text in the text editors gEdit and Diffuse for use in the production of manuals in gvSIG and possibly other FOSS.Simon Christopher Cropper2010-04-24 14:37
Open Web Mapping A Master's level course in web mapping using open standards and opensoftware. The examples use GeoServer and OpenLayers but the skills are applicable to other servers and clients (even proprietary ones)Ian Turton2009-09-16 17:45
A Gentle Introduction to GIS A resource for learners and educators that tries to take a more gentle road to introducing GIS key concepts.Tim Sutton, Otto Dassau, Marcelle Sutton2009-07-15 21:10
Using GDAL – Geospatial Data Abstraction Library – from a high-level programming language Perl Materials for a workshop that was held in OSGIS 2009 UK. Contains a hand-out, slides, and data.Ari Jolma2009-06-29 07:37
MapServer OGC Web Services Workshop Interoperability is increasingly becoming a focus point for organizations that distribute and share data over the Internet. The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) focuses on the development of publicly available geospatial web standards. MapServer supports numerous OGC specifications, allowing users to publish their data services in an interoperable manner. This workshop will review the OGC specfications supported in MapServer as well as provide information on implementation options and issues, as well as what the future holds for OGC support in MapServerYewondwossen Assefa, Jean-François Doyon, Tom Kralidis, Steve Lime, Jeff McKenna, Daniel Morissette, Bart van den Eijnden2009-04-20 21:41
Introduction to GIS: QGIS, GRASS & R 10 Labs for use with an introductory GIS course at the undergraduate level.Richard Plant PhD2009-04-14 02:38
FOSS4G 2008 GRASS beginners Workshop DVD This live DVD, based on Kubuntu live, contains slides, programs and data for the FOSS4G 2008 "Practical Introduction to GRASS and related software for beginners" Workshop, Cape Town, South Africa, October 2008. GNU/Linux OS, GRASS and other software can be installed directly from the DVD.Paolo Zatelli2009-03-12 15:20
GRASS Tutorial GRASS HTML Tutorial, based on freely available (and distributable) data. The structure of this tutorial is functional both for a new GRASS user and for a GRASS expert. The purpose of this work is to simplify the first approaches to GRASS, trough a series of examples and practical environmental applications of this GIS. Data is the free data set Spearfish60 downloadable from official GRASS website. A troubleshooting FAQ page is also available.Marco Ciolli, Paolo Zatelli, Alfonso Vitti, Fabio Zottele, Clara Tattoni2009-03-11 18:38
FOSS4G 2007 GRASS and RDBMS Workshop DVD a DVD based on Kubuntu 7.0 containing slides, programs and data for the FOSS4G 2007 GRASS and DBMS Workshop, Victoria, Canada. Paolo Zatelli2009-03-04 16:03
Introduction to QGIS 0.9 and GRASS 6.2 Introductory tutorial designed for workshop use, concentrates on analysis, and integration of GRASS with QGISScott Mitchell2009-02-27 14:19
Introduction to the Event Visualization Tool (eVis) Tutorial for using the Event Visualization Tool (eVis) - a plugin for QGIS - which allows a user to link geographic coordinates to photos or other images in QGIS. Kevin Koy2009-02-26 12:02
Introduction to QGIS v.11 This contains exercises that can be used in a classroom or for self-study as well as homework assignments and datasets needed for the exercises. This was developed for use in a 200-level undergraduate class in a Natural Resources Conservation program. It utilizes data from the Massachusett's GIS group (www.mass.gov/mgis).Charlie Schweik, Maili Page, Alexander Stepanov, Maria Fernandez, Mike Hamel, Quentin Lewis2009-02-25 13:58
Supporting sustainable development: the GRASS GIS opportunity Two environmental relevant examples are worked out in this lab: 1)estimation of the quantity of potential solar energy that could be produced with solar panels using as input information the landscape morphology and the characteristics of building roofs obtainable from LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) Digital Surface Models and Digital Terrain Models. 2)risk assessment due to tsunami events: hazard, vulnerability and expected damages maps are computed. Specifically the exercise consists in the estimation of the maximum vertical height of the tsunami waves hitting the coast (run-up) and the subsequent diffusion over the inland areas, as a function of morphology, vegetation, and of coastal area urbanization. The results are used to estimate hazard corresponding to different return period events, associated exposition and vulnerability . Maria Antonia Brovelli, Massimiliano Cannata and Monia Molinari2009-01-06 13:34
Introduction to FOSS GIS using QGIS .8, PostgreSQL, PostGIS, and the Grass plugin for QGIS This contains exercises that can be used in a classroom or for self-study as well as homework assignments and datasets needed for the exercises. The one open issue is that some of the PostGIS/PostgreSQL exercises require the use of an external dataset hosted on a server at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.Charlie Schweik, Alexander Stepanov, Maria Fernandez, Mike Hamel, Quentin Lewis2008-12-09 18:10