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Monthly Archives: July 2012
A short note on how to create a spatial table from a table with latitude and longitude coordinates in your SQLite / Spatialite database. In the example below, the table I am working with is ‘labels’.
In Gmail there is no easy way to sort. The good folks at Google seem to have this idea that everything should be done by searching. Sure, I use the search function all the time. But really… No option to … Continue reading
I just came across an email thread on the QGIS email list that mentioned OSGeo-Live. This is a “self-contained bootable DVD, USB thumb drive or Virtual Machine based on Xubuntu, that allows you to try a wide variety of open … Continue reading
To create a Google earth map, I would normally export my raster layers as a geo-referenced png file and subsequently use maptiler (or gdal2tiles.py) to create the Google earth map (see here for more details). Because I want to create … Continue reading
I have a vector layer ‘nursery data’ in a Spatialite database. The coordinate reference system of the layer is WGS84 geodetic (EPSG 4326). What if I need to reproject the layer in WGS84/UTM37N (EPSG 32637)?
I just came across JournalTOCs. It is a website for, and I am quoting, “anyone who’s looking for the latest or most current papers published in the scholarly literature with international coverage”. It is a free service with a very … Continue reading