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Michael Minn ( http://michaelminn.com ) 27 March 2013 Describes use of MMQGIS, a set of Python vector map layer plugins for Quantum GIS Introduction
answered Aug 6 '12 sammy 2222 ● 7 ● 18 ● 38 Welcome to the OpenCV world! It is one of the most colorful and enjoyable parts of the computer science! There are many places to start from, each with its own strong and weak points.
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Timeline JS is another free, interactive timeline tool available to journalists. Meant to span the web page’s width with a clean, white design, timelines with this tool are particularly striking. Timeline JS — originally Timeline — is a partnership between the Knight lab and Zach Wise, a former multimedia producer at The New York Times. He’s now a journalism professor at Northwestern University. Because Timeline JS was created by journalists, for journalists, it’s probably the timeline tool you are missing from your multimedia tool belt. Journalists can pull in data from Wikipedia, Instagram, Storify (coming soon), Twitter, Flickr, Google Maps, YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud and Dailymotion.
Choosel is an extensible, modular GWT framework for web-based visualizations that are composed of multiple views. It is available under the Apache License 2.0 . There are three main use cases for Choosel: (Domain-specific) visual data exploration workbenches ( example ) that empower domain experts to visually explore, analyze and understand data from their domain. For example, Bio-Mixer helps biomedical researchers in exploring bio-medical ontologies and in understanding how concepts from different ontologies are related. Interactive infographics and telling stories with data ( example ) using multiple coordinated views.
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Note that this program is new research, and will not work on all machines. It has been tested to run on a machine of the following description: 600 Mhz Pentium III or faster, or a recent Mac 1024 x 768 pixel screen or higher resolution, 16 bit color Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP operating systems, or Mac OS X 256 Mb of RAM A fast internet connection No other memory-intensive programs running Microsoft Internet Explorer (5 or later) Netscape (6.2 or later) TextArc will often stop working the second time it is run in the same browser session. This is caused by the browser remembering parts of the program after it should have exited.
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