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Open Source GIS 101, Part 9: A File Geodatabase?

Part 9: An Open Source Alternative to the File Geodatabase (Sort of)

Several GIS users enjoy the convenience of using personal geodatabases (.mdb format) to manage maps and tables in a single disk file.

For those who would like to venture into an open source answer to geodatabase functionality, let’s look at November 13th, 2013 | Tags: , , , | Category: Announcements, Open Source Software, Technical | Leave a comment

Open Source GIS 101, Part 3: gvSIG

gvSIG (Generalitat Valenciana, Sistema d’Informació Geogràfica)

In 2004, one of Spain’s regional government agencies, seeing the benefits of community-driven support and development, began a migration to free and open source software to suit their operational needs.

With local and […]

Python, Open Source GIS Training at the CalGIS Conference

Python is a valuable tool for scripting and automating GIS functions. James Fee recently posted about Python (click here to read.)

The California GIS Conference (CalGIS) is offering a day of Python training ahead of the conference. This is a good training opportunity at lower cost for GIS Analysts who want to learn […]