- Android botany climate change Data handling Data sources decision support tool forest GIS GIS software GRASS GIS history LibreOffice / OpenOffice Mobile tools Modelling online mapping Open access Open data Operating system QGIS R computing environment research tools Software release Spatialite SQLite statistics tools Ubuntu Uncategorized vegetation
Monthly Archives: September 2012
Just accidentally discovered this nifty feature in Calc of Libreoffice allowing to quickly create sub-sets of your data by double clicking on the row or column totals in a Pivot table.
If you are interested in the use of GIS / spatial tools in the development and implementation of a management plan of conservation areas, have a look at Robert (GeoBob) Ford’s blog. It gives background information and ideas concerning the … Continue reading
What if you want to get a number of raster maps from a mapset to bring with you? Or you want to back up a number of layers, but not the whole mapset? Of course you can export it as … Continue reading
Check out this post on Nathans QGIS and GIS blog: Five new awesomely awesome QGIS features. See also this blog post by Anita Graser, who describes improvements to the Symbol manager in more detail.
If you are a Window user and are using or want to use R and GRASS in combination, you will be happy to by this announcement on the GFOSS blog that there is now a better integration of WinGRASS 7 … Continue reading
Selecting multiple layers in the GRASS GIS wypython layer manager has always been possible. But there wasn’t much point to it. You couldn’t do anything with the multiple selections, no zooming, removing nor setting the region for multiple layers. Trying … Continue reading