Google Tools for the College Student - Tips and Tricks for University Student Write your papers, keep in touch with your family, and find the local pizza joints, all for free. Here are the best tools from Google to help you with your college life. Whether you have your own computer or you're stuck using the computer labs, Google has a lot of tools that will help you get the most out of college, academically and socially. GIS lab One thing which keeps me excited these days is my new project called GIS.lab which began as a tool for simple, unbreakable, always-ready-and-clean deployment of multiple machines running software for Geographic Information Systems - QGIS. Shortly after finishing first workable version I realized big potential of this technology and started adding new features. What is GIS.lab GIS.lab is a solution to create fully equipped, easy-to-use, pre-configured, centrally managed, unbreakable and portable local area network (LAN) solution offering complete office and GIS software. It is configured to work out-of-box, without any need of configuration or other behind a scene knowledge, allowing users to keep high focus on their task.
Didacticiel Google Earth Actions publiques : Utilisation efficace des liens réseau Network links allow you to tell more complex and dynamic stories with your KML files. They allow you to do many more things, from keeping content updated to changing content in response to what the user does. You can learn about specifying network links in the KML Reference. This tutorial explains why network links can make your stories more compelling. Using KML as a Bookmark
earth album alpha - a slicker google maps + flickr mash-up home Jump to or earth album - earth album earth album is a simpler, slicker Flickr mash-up that allows armchair tourists to explore some of the most stunning photos in the world courtesy of Google maps and Flickr. To begin your journey, just click anywhere on the map, e.g. Similar Images graduates from Google Labs Today, we're happy to announce that Similar Images is graduating from Google Labs and becoming a permanent feature in Google Images. You can try it out by clicking on "Find similar images" below the most popular images in our search results. For example, if you search for jaguar, you can use the "Find similar images" link to find more pictures of the car or the animal. When we revamped Labs in April, we also launched Similar Images to highlight some of the innovative work our engineers have been working on. Google Labs gives us a way to get some of our new ideas in front of you early in the process, refine them based on your feedback and see what sticks.
Use Google Forms to create a survey Google Forms provide a fast way to create an online survey, with responses collected in an online spreadsheet. Create your survey and invite respondents by email. People answer your questions from almost any web browser - including mobile smartphone and tablet browsers. You view each response in a single row of a spreadsheet, with each question shown in a column. Till Nagel – TileMill for Processing This tutorial describes how to create beautiful custom maps, and use them in a Processing sketch. We are going to use TileMill to style our maps, export it, and load the rendered map tiles into PImages. There are two ways of doing that.
Didacticiel Google Earth Actions publiques : Validation du code KML pendant son développement Prerequisites No programming skills needed. Familiarity with KML code will help, but advanced knowledge is not required. Interactive The World of Seven Billion The map shows population density; the brightest points are the highest densities. Each country is colored according to its average annual gross national income per capita, using categories established by the World Bank (see key below). Some nations— like economic powerhouses China and India—have an especially wide range of incomes. But as the two most populous countries, both are lower middle class when income is averaged per capita.
Google search URLs revealed or How to create your own search URL We all know the Google Advanced Search page that lets you refine your searches and find what you need faster. But how many of us understand the complicated URLs the search engines generates? Well I am not saying that I’m some sort of expert but here are some information regarding the URLs generated by Google. Let’s start by looking at one such URL: as_epq=&as_oq=&as_eq=&lr=&as_ft=i&as_filetype=&as_qdr=all&as_occt=any&as_dt=i&as_sitesearch= You don’t understand much and it looks quite long but it doesn’t have to be this way.