Geospatial Analysis - spatial and GIS analysis techniques and GIS software Cartografias On Line GME | SpatialEcology.Com Copyright (c) 2009-2012 Spatial Ecology LLC Before proceeding with the installation and/or use of this software please read the following terms and conditions of this license agreement. The license agreement applies to both the GME interface and the installation program. By installing or using this software you indicate your acceptance of this agreement. If you do not accept or agree with these terms, you may not download, install or use it. Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to use this software and associated documentation files (the "Software") subject to the terms of this EULA. You, the user, are responsible for ensuring that the Software is used appropriately, and that the output of this Software is accurate, relevant, consistent, and otherwise error-free. You are free to copy and redistribute this software within your own organization.
Zonas de Compensação | Projeto de Extensão para Desenvolvimento de Exposição Coletiva Data Visualization Software | Tulip Get Lost in These 19 Fascinating Maps In the simplest sense of the word, a map is a spatial representation of something. It provides us with a sense of context, scale and location. Maps began as 2D depictions, but technology and data enable maps to become dynamic, real-time and compelling visualizations of how we live and move. Below, we've rounded up 21 awesome maps from around the web. 1. New York City's MTA transports approximately seven million people every day. 2. What faster way to get from one country's metropolis to another? 3. The CityMaps app was founded in 2010 as a social map to help people discover the places in their city. 4. Whether a high-speed rail system ever gets built in the United States is still up in the air, but if it is, artist and activist Alfred Twu figured out exactly where those speedy rail lines should go. 5. The London Underground map was designed by Harry Beck and published in 1933. 6. Looking for a more intimate view of an street than you can get on Google Street View? 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
ArcGIS for AutoCAD Overview ArcGIS for AutoCAD is a free, downloadable plug-in application for AutoCAD that provides interoperability between AutoCAD and ArcGIS. Within the AutoCAD environment, you gain easy access to GIS maps in the form of map services, image services, and feature services hosted by ArcGIS Enterprise, or maps, imagery and feature sources you discover on ArcGIS Online. Additionally, ArcGIS for AutoCAD allows you to edit ArcGIS data created locally within the AutoCAD drawing or exported from ArcGIS Desktop. Use ArcGIS for AutoCAD to Access GIS data inside AutoCAD. Urban Mapping Blog - Urban Mapping Welcome to MapServer — MapServer 6.0.1 documentation The 200 Best Maps of 2013 For centuries New Year's Eve has been known as a time of quite reflection. A time when people around the world spend a quiet abstemious night in perusing over old maps. This year, for your night of quiet study, you are spoilt for choice, as 2013 proved to be an epic year in the world of interactive mapping. Not only did we see some epic maps this year, we also saw the world of neo-geography move firmly onto the center stage of the online zeitgeist. Here are just a few of my favorite lists of Maps of the Year that I have come across in the last couple of weeks: If that wasn't enough to whet your mapping appetite you should also check out Google Maps Mania's bumper edition of the 200 Best Maps of 2013. If you are planning on breaking with tradition, and are about to head out for an evening on the tiles, may I suggest that you bookmark this post and come back tomorrow.
pgRouting Project — Open Source Routing Library Our Favorite Maps of 2013 The digital maps we loved in 2013 didn't simply illustrate novel or useful information (how people travel, where they live, what it means to live without much money). They did it in ways we'd never seen before, manipulating time, dimensions, perspective, even the atmosphere. These maps weren't just interesting in content; they were innovative in design. That's our new bar for 2014. So this December, instead of sharing our top 10 maps of the year, we're looking at 10 ways we've learned to think about maps in entirely new ways. 1. Mapbox 2. Google Maps 3. Global Bike Share Map 4. Dots on a bus 5. Google Timelapse project 6. The Boston Harbor Association 7. Scott Page 8. 9. Nickolay Lamm 10. Racial Dot Map