From this document, the aim is to give a point of view of what BigData is and how it is associated with Business Intelligence in a natural way.
GIS book: learning to handle GIS in environmental management – Theory notes + Exercises (Spanish)
You can download the manual here. This publication is complemented by the exercises, which you can download from the UPV’s Digital Archive website, by clicking on this link.
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This 67-page tutorial guides the reader from installing and configuring a map in GRASS GIS, through conducting hydrological and other useful geomorphology analyzes (and introducing ways of working with raster and vector data in GRASS ).
This book, written by Santiago Arnalich and Thao Ton-That, is now in its second edition (December 2010). This book will help you get started with gvSIG open source gis, showing you the most useful and common functions to build a system with which to make decisions in your project.
The book can be downloaded from the Digital Repository of the Documentation Service of the Polytechnic University of Cartagena. It consists of a 185-page PDF and three files with the data to perform the exercises (SIG_altimetria, SIG_Andalucia and SIG_Murcia).
The book has been written by Santiago Arnalich and Julio Urruela and the first edition of the book dates from June 2012. In it they explain step by step how to create simple and expressive maps with Google Earth. More information on our blog.
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This course teaches students how to use the resources of the cloud and GIS servers to solve problems in which geospatial data is an integral element. Systems using three cloud service models (infrastructure services, platform services, and software services) will be evaluated and implemented.
We will study how to build a web page and how to incorporate a map into it. We will also learn to add georeferenced elements to the map that will help us to mark points, draw paths or delimit areas.
Mashup Mania with Google Maps click here (2.4 Mb). The book is supported by the 52-page Geochalkboard Blog. E-book where you will find almost everything you need to know to create geographic applications with Google Maps.
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Thank you so much for gathering so much useful information in one blog. I have found here everything I needed. I really appreciate that you share all this. A greeting.
Hello Ana, comments like yours encourage us to continue with the blog. Thanks for reading us. Cheers
But the following can be reached through the Exercice Lab, which I don’t know is the good one: http://maps.cga.harvard.edu/gmaps_instruction/Google_Maps_Mashups_Fall_2010.ppt
Thanks for the notice Abel, I have taken note and we have updated the link. The previous ppt was a spring 2012 presentation and the one now available is from Winter 2010. I can’t find a more up-to-date one.
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