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OpenLayers 3 - Welcome

OpenLayers 3 - Welcome
Put an open map widget in any web page! OpenLayers is a project of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation. Visit our sponsorship page to find out how you can become an OpenLayers sponsor. We welcome contributions of any size. If you're interested in supporting OpenLayers development, you can also use our Gittip account: Get OpenLayers Now!

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From Paper Maps to the Web: A DIY Digital Maps Primer Leer versión en español Lire en Français I was invited to the National Library of Colombia’s 2nd Digital Book Week as a speaker and to give a workshop on digital mapping tools. 1.11 now official part of the standard software portfolio in the City of Munich! gvSIG 1.11 now official part of the standard software portfolio in the City of Munich! After several years of preparations and testing, the Department of Health and Environment of the City of Munich is happy to report that gvSIG 1.11 has now been incorporated into the City of Munich’s standard software portfolio, which means that everyone in the city administration who needs gvSIG on their desktop can have it assigned with an automatic installation procedure and is ready to go!

Weka 3 - Data Mining with Open Source Machine Learning Software in Java Weka is a collection of machine learning algorithms for data mining tasks. It contains tools for data preparation, classification, regression, clustering, association rules mining, and visualization. Found only on the islands of New Zealand, the Weka is a flightless bird with an inquisitive nature. The name is pronounced like this, and the bird sounds like this.

OpenLayers OpenLayers is an open source (provided under the 2-clause BSD License[2]) JavaScript library for displaying map data in web browsers. It provides an API for building rich web-based geographic applications similar to Google Maps and Bing Maps. The library was originally based on the Prototype JavaScript Framework. Can I legally share this map? Copyrights of maps. A map is worth a thousand words, every map lover knows that. Many of us share maps on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and blogs like Geoaweosmeness write about them. But are we allowed to do that? Maps should be treaded like any other intellectual property or a piece of art. As a general rule, you can’t publish a map or an image which is not owned by you without the permission of the author or the owner, unless the image is covered by something like a Creative Commons license used by OpenStreetMap.

Blog — All the maps that are fit to blog Nottingham Sprint, Wednesday 18th Sept September 11th, 2013 by Tim Schaub · 5 Comments If you’re planning on going to FOSS4G and are interested in OpenLayers 3, please join us for an open sprint on Wednesday 18th Sept on the University of Nottingham campus (Humanities A3). Core developers of the library will be on hand, and contributors of all sorts are welcome. We’ll start off with an overview of the library and a discussion about the current status and future plans. Please come at 10:00 AM to catch the introduction. Tangle: a JavaScript library for reactive documents Tangle is a JavaScript library for creating reactive documents. Your readers can interactively explore possibilities, play with parameters, and see the document update immediately. Tangle is super-simple and easy to learn. This is a simple reactive document.

Proj4js Proj4js is a JavaScript library to transform point coordinates from one coordinate system to another, including datum transformations. This library is a port of both the PROJ.4 and GCTCP C libraries to JavaScript. Enabling these transformations in the browser allows geographic data stored in different projections to be combined in browser-based web mapping applications. Proj4js is a part of the MetaCRS group of projects and uses the same MIT style license as PROJ.4. GitHub -- Contribute to Proj4js on Github Download -- Get Proj4js now!

5 books and atlases you need to have on your map shelf We love maps. Since you’re reading that post you must be a map addict as well. Our spatial obsession makes us not only make maps, use maps, play with maps and write about them.

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