Posts Tagged Under: GIS

Data Visualization: Basic GIS-Tasks with R

At first I want to show how you can make simple maps with R. Furthermore I want to demonstrate one important function from the package “gdalUtils”, which contains wrappers for the Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL) Utilities. I  will rasterize a vector with the function gdal_rasterize, because  it is quite fast for

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GRASS GIS 7.0.0 release

Brief information: These days GRASS GIS 7.0.0 has been released!
This major release took more than six years for the GRASS team to develop. They have done great work and built in more than 10,500 fixes and improvements. Version 7.0.0 will also enjoy long-term support.
Now there is a considerable

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Links of the Week (2015/8)

Hey out there!

I thought it would be quite nice to give you some interesting/entertaining links once every week.
The content will not only be GIS-related, but be in a more broader section around geoinformatics.

This week:

– Most of the time you are classifying with the NDVI? Have a look at Read More

QGIS 2.8 – Wien released

Probably you already know:
QGIS 2.8 (Wien) has been released last friday!
2.8 is a long term release (LTR) version, that means it will be supported with updates for the next year.
As a stable and less frequently changing platform it should especially be interesting for use in enterprises/organisations who

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