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Manifold is an economical alternative to GIS

  • 2014 - Brief predictions of the Geo context

    The time has come to close this page, and as happens in the custom of those of us who close annual cycles, I drop a few lines of what we could expect in 2014. We will talk more later, but just today, which is the last year:…

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  • GIS Manifold, something more with layouts

    Some time ago I talked in an article about how to create presentations for print using Manifold GIS. At that time we made a pretty basic layout, in this case I want to show a more complex one. This is an example of a map...

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  • Geographic Information System using Manifold GIS

    This is one of those products that you are glad to have promoted, and that in the spirit for which they were built, they are now made available to the community. It is a manual that explains how to implement a System…

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  • Google Earth; Visual support for cartographers

    Google Earth, beyond being an instrument of entertainment for the generality, has also become a visual support for cartography, both to show results and to check that the work being carried out is consistent; what…

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  • Deciding by MapServer

    Taking advantage of a recent conversation with a Cadastre institution that was looking for what to publish its maps with, here I summarize the most important thing to return the rescues of the subject to the community. Perhaps at the time it will serve someone who wants...

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  • Profiles from my ArcGIS course

    Before I told you that I was going to develop a training in the use of ArcGIS 9.3, with a medium-sized modality due to the distance, my little time and the occupations of the students. Now I leave you with some conclusions: About the methodology:…

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  • Where are the users of Manifold GIS?

    Some time ago, a Dutch tech guru told me this sentence: “Honestly, I'm surprised by what the Manifold page says. It's just that I've never seen it run on a machine” This week, Patrick…

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  • CAD / GIS boot comparison

    This is an exercise in equal conditions, to measure the time it takes to start a program from the click on the icon until the moment it is running. For comparison purposes, I've used the one that boots on...

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  • CAD, GIS, or both?

    …selling the capabilities of what free software does is more difficult than convincing an official to commit a punishable offense (piracy) for what does not make expensive software. Recently Bentley has launched a campaign to promote Bentley…

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  • Geophysics: 2010 Predictions: GIS Software

    A couple of days ago, in the heat of a stick coffee that my mother-in-law makes, we were hallucinating about the trends set for 2010 in the Internet area. In the case of the geospatial environment, the situation is more…

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  • Associate a map with an Excel table

    I want to associate an Excel table to a map in shp format. The table will be being modified, so I don't want to convert it to dbf format, nor put it inside the geodatabase. A good exercise to kill the leisure of…

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  • Level contours with Manifold GIS

    Testing what Manifold GIS does with digital models, I find that the toy does more than what we have seen so far for simple spatial management. I'm going to use as an example the model we created in the street exercise...

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  • Comparison of GIS software for surveying

    Who would not want to have a table that compares different types of GIS software with topography functionalities in order to make a purchase decision. Well, such a thing exists in Point of Beginning, including manufacturers of popular use...

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  • How much software is worth in this blog?

    I've been writing about crazy technology topics for more than two years, usually software and its applications. Today I want to take the opportunity to analyze what it means to talk about software, in the hope of forming an opinion, doing…

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  • Topological cleaning

    In this way, the action of GIS tools is called to eliminate vector inconsistencies to the commonly accepted norms in spatial topology. Each tool has implemented them in its own way, let's see the case of Bentley Map...

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  • Basic solutions, good business

    There is always something that the tools of large companies do not do very well, on this they take advantage of small ones to develop solutions that fill the needs of the clients, generally they were. Whether it's a good deal or not, the model...

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  • Who moved my cheese?

      I really like Geoinformatics, apart from being a magazine with great layout taste, the contents are very good in geospatial matters. Today the April version has been announced, from which I have taken some texts highlighted in red...

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  • Connect Manifold with Open Street Map

    Some time ago I told you that Manifold can connect to Google, Yahoo and Virtual Earth. Now the connector has been released to link with Open Street Maps (OSM), which by the way has been developed in C# by a user of…

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