» Testing Coordinate Transformation in PostGIS
16/02/14 16:32 from Latest Fun
I spend a lot of time thinking about which projection to use for a certain project,. Sometimes picking the perfect projection bites me when things change (such as the area of interest expands). In my recent case I have been avoiding repr...

» GeoForst Lite, Adding a New Property – Part 2
27/11/13 03:11 from Latest Fun
Introduction Last time we downloaded and configured the software and data sources we needed to start adding data to the project. If you missed it, just visit Getting Started with GeoForst Lite. If your familiar with GIS, this post won...

» GeoForst Lite, Getting Started – Part 1
27/11/13 03:10 from Latest Fun
Introduction GeoForst Lite is a standalone program consisting of three parts, QGIS, a local datastore, and a QGIS map. Installation Download QGIS version 2.x and install. Download GeoForst Lite. Unzip GeoForst Lite and move it to any dir...

» Creating Fallow Field Wildlife Openings with Planted Firebreaks
07/02/13 22:16 from Latest Fun
A result of the thinning was six wildlife openings that we had marked for total harvest during the tree marking phase of the project. It is important to note that a wildlife opening, at least a maintainable one, is not created solely fro...

» SQL Spatial Examples
07/02/13 18:14 from Latest Fun
Posting these here for my own reference, but use them yourself if you’d like. Select Well Known Text from Geometry select [Geometry Column].STAsText() from [Table]; Intersection Example: SELECT g.* , g.[Geometry Field].STAsText() F...

» splunk with bluecoat app
14/12/11 08:38 from Myron's Big BLOG of me
Sorry for the unorganized nature of this blog; just me throwing out some information.In order to get the splunk with bluecoat application working (at http://splunk-base.splunk.com/apps/22335/splunk-for-bluecoat).This product in conjuncti...

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