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GeoNode open source geospatial content management system, GIS and Geospatial podcast

GeoNode - Open Source Geospatial Content Management System

by Daniel ODonohue 5 min read

GeoNode is an open-source geospatial platform, catalog, and content management system (CMS). The general functionality can be most likened to ArcGIS Online. Users can create filtered searches for their choice of geospatial data, by using keywords, and even filtering locations by selecting a bounding box on a map.
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GRASS GIS probably doesn’t get the attention it deserves

GRASS GIS probably doesn’t get the attention it deserves

by Daniel ODonohue 10 min read

GRASS isnot limited to academia. It’s for anyone who needs simple to complex geospatial processing in whatever format or data model—raster, vector, 2D, 3D, and time series.  Awide variety of businesses are using GRASS for data extraction, and provision of conclusions or analysis on top of extensive data.
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Open source GIS business, QGIS geospatial software

Business Built On Open Source GIS

by Daniel ODonohue 10 min read

WHAT IS OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE? It’s software thatshares the actual instruction code, and the binary you run on your computer. There are different versions and variants of how that sharing happens. Essentially, you get access to the underlying recipe of the software. You can modify it and adapt it for your needs. This episode is all about building a business based on open source GIS software.

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