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Geophysics: 2010 Predictions: GIS Software

A couple of days ago, in the heat of a stick coffee made by my mother-in-law, we made some hallucinations about the trends set for 2010 in the Internet area. In the case of the geospatial medium, the situation is more static (not to mention boring), a lot of this is already said in the medium term ...

How much software is worth in this blog?

For more than two years I have been writing about crazy topics about technologies, generally about software and its applications. Today I want to take the opportunity to analyze what it means to talk about software, with the hope of forming an opinion, highlighting virtues and how they respond to economic income and words generating traffic in ...

CadCorp GIS Quick Guide

We used to talk about CadCorp, a software for GIS use with some good CAD capabilities. From here you can download a quick guide for Cadcorp, in Spanish. This is the content of the guide: 1 Introduction 2 Installation 3 File formats 4 Load external information 5 Presentation of the 6 interface Work with map windows ...

CadCorp Development Tools

In a previous post we talked about CadCorp's desktop tools, in a model similar to ESRI. In this case we will talk about extensions or additional solutions for development or expansion of capabilities. Although in this sense, the comparison of these tools is not so easy to define parity with ArcGIS Engine and ...

GIS Software Alternatives

We are currently experiencing a boom among many technologies and brands whose application in geographic information systems is feasible, in this list, separated by the type of license. Each of them has a link to the page where you can find more information: Commercial software, or at least with a non-free license ArcGIS (World leader in applications ...

Comparison between map servers (IMS)

Before we talked about a comparison in terms of price, several platforms of map servers, this time we will discuss the comparison in functionality. For this we will use as a base a study by Pau Serra del Pozo, the Technical Office of Cartography and Local GIS (Diputación de Barcelona) and although the analysis is based ...

GIS platforms, who take advantage?

It is difficult to leave out so many platforms that exist, however for this review we will use the ones that Microsoft recently considers its allies in the compatibility with SQL Server 2008. It is important to mention this opening of Microsoft SQL Server to new partners, then it allows the handling of spatial data in a native way; this before only ...