How to Gather and Share Spatial Data in Minutes using Google Fusion Tables and FME

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Find out how you can gather, visualize, and share data using Google Fusion Tables. We'll then demonstrate how the new capabilities in FME 2012 allow you to leverage more of your data to power more informed decisions.

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How to Gather and Share Spatial Data in Minutes using Google Fusion Tables and FME

  1. 1. Google Fusion Tables& FMEHow to Gather and Share Spatial Data in Minutes March 29, 2012
  2. 2. Google Fusion Tables& FMEHow to Gather and Share Spatial Data in Minutes #fmewebinar March 29, 2012
  3. 3. Who Are We? Dale Lutz Co-Founder and Vice President of Development Safe Software Mark Ireland FME Evangelist Safe Software
  4. 4. Questions are Encouraged! This Morning’s Q&A Support:  Mark Stoakes Manager Professional Services (and FME Rockstar) Safe Software  Stewart Harper FME Server Support Manager Safe Software
  5. 5. Powering The Flow of Spatial Data
  6. 6. Introducing Google Fusion Tables Fusion Tables Gather, visualize and share your data online Visualize and publish your data as maps, timelines and charts. Host your data tables online. Combine data from multiple people http://www.google.com/fusiontables/Home
  7. 7. Poll: Have You Used GoogleFusion Tables?
  8. 8. Fusion Tables Introduction  Slides courtesy Mano Marks, Google Geo Developer Advocate
  9. 9. What is a Fusion Table?  A database in the cloud used to store, analyze, and visualize large data sets
  10. 10. Visualize Data in Various Ways  Example: GDP per Capita
  11. 11. Fusion Tables User Interface Import | Manage | Visualize | Export | Share
  12. 12. Working With Data Import  Delimited text (CSV, TSV, TXT)  Spreadsheets (Google Docs, XLS, OpenOffice)  KML Export  CSV  KML Geocode Data Merge (Join) & Share Data
  13. 13. Ways to Access Fusion Tables
  14. 14. Pop Quiz: When Was FusionTables First Released?
  15. 15. Fusion Tables Web App
  16. 16. Getting Geospatial Datainto Fusion Tables
  17. 17. Mapping some Polygons...Without any codeSource Table
  18. 18. Mapping Thousands ofPoints... Without any Code
  19. 19. Web App Features:  Generates clickable raster (image)  100MB upload, 250MB per Google Account  100K rows in a layer  Easy user interface
  20. 20. Google Maps API: Fusion Tables Layer
  21. 21. Map & Query Your Data withGoogle Maps API (v3)
  22. 22. Map Thousands of Points andDisplay a Heat Map
  23. 23. Style in Javascript Code
  24. 24. Fusion Tables SQL API
  25. 25. Google Fusion Tables - SQL API  Fusion Tables SQL API Reference: http://fme.ly/fusionsql  Example Table: http://fmely/sffood
  26. 26. Nearest Neighbour
  27. 27. Fusion Tables: Intersections
  28. 28. Intersections
  29. 29. Fusion Tables: Summary Import | Manage | Visualize | Export | Share Works with large geographic datasets Access, map, query, and share your data multiple ways Web App Google Maps Fusion Tables Layer Fusion Tables SQL API Style your maps
  30. 30. Fusion Tables: Resources  Fusion Tables API Documentation: http://goo.gl/RehWT  Google Maps API (Fusion Tables Layer) Documentation: http://goo.gl/ghpjm  Developer Code: http://fme.ly/fusionsamp  Fusion Tables Web App http://goo.gl/CwBkC  Mano Marks’ Complete Presentation: http://fme.ly/manofusion
  31. 31. Poll: Your Challenges WithUsing Fusion Tables
  32. 32. Powering The Flow of Spatial Data
  33. 33. Poll: Have You Used FME?
  34. 34. FME CapabilitiesTransform Data to Use and Share  Convert spatial data between hundreds of formats  Transform spatial data into the precise data model you need  Integrate multiple different data types into a single data model  Share spatial data with people where, when and how they need it
  35. 35. Work with all Data Types Point Database Raster Web 3D/BIM XML/GML GIS Clouds CAD
  36. 36. FME Workbench:Graphical Data Flow Authoring
  37. 37. Poll: Your Objectives ForFusion Tables
  38. 38. Loading Data Into Fusion Tables
  39. 39. Case Study #1: Delivery Map  Excel Input
  40. 40. Case Study #1: Delivery Map  Direct Import Yields Poor Geocoding  Location Information Scattered Across Columns
  41. 41. Case Study #1: Delivery Map  Use FME to Concatenate a Complete Address  Write to Fusion Tables
  42. 42. Case Study #1: Delivery Map  Results (http://fme.ly/deliveries)
  43. 43. Case Study #2:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map  London, 1854 (http://fme.ly/snow)
  44. 44. Case Study #2:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map  Ye Olde Faycebooke
  45. 45. Case Study #2:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map
  46. 46. Case Study #2:Dr. John Snow – Cholera Map  Results at http://fme.ly/pumps
  47. 47. Case Study #3:FME Server Download Statistics  http://fme.ly/downloads
  48. 48. Case Study #4: WhiteStarDaily Texas Well Permits  Daily Aggregation of Well Permits  Results at http://fme.ly/whitestar
  49. 49. Case Study #4: WhiteStarDaily Texas Well Permits • Permit Data on State of Texas ftp web site • Permits are in an annoying card file format – 1980s style. • The permit data are cumulative for an entire month. We want daily permits.
  50. 50. Case Study #4: WhiteStarDaily Texas Well Permits • FME is run daily to process latest data file: • Parse the text file for key attributes • Figure out if record was received within a period of time ago, i.e. within the last day. • Insert the results to the shared Fusion Table • Tweet the results via @whitestar_corp
  51. 51. Extracting DataFrom Fusion Tables
  52. 52. Data Extraction 1:Complete Table(s)
  53. 53. Data Extraction 1:Complete Table(s)
  54. 54. Data Extraction 1:Complete Table(s)
  55. 55. Data Extraction 1:Complete Table(s)
  56. 56. Data Extraction 1:Complete Table(s) List of “owned” tables
  57. 57. Data Extraction 1:Complete Table(s) For “public” tables, visit  http://www.google.com/fusiontables  Search for something (e.g.Fishing, or Iowa)  Use File->About to Get Table ID:
  58. 58. Data Extraction 1:Complete Table(s) Use ID as Table Name
  59. 59. Data Extraction 1:Complete Table(s)2512093
  60. 60. Data Extraction 2:SQL Query Results  SQLCreator executes Queries select Sum(VoteCount-Santorum) as Santorum, Sum(VoteCount-Romney) as Romney from 2512093
  61. 61. FME & Fusion Tables: Summary Google Fusion Tables is a Free & Flexible Way to:  Gather  Visualize  And Share Data FME makes it Fast and Easy to get data in and out of Fusion Tables  …And Fully Leverage Its Potential For more information, visit http://www.safe.com/fusiontables
  62. 62. Poll: Now What Are Your PlansFor FME & Fusion Tables
  63. 63. Learn More About FME Get Acquainted:  FME Desktop Intro Webinar  http://fme.ly/intro  FME Free Evaluation  http://www.safe.com Upcoming webinars http://fme.ly/webinars  FME World Tour Live Stream - April 27  Master Geospatial Metadata with FME - May 10  3D & FME - May 31
  64. 64. FME Training
  65. 65. Time Limited Offer! Winners will have until April 30 to register for any online course View the offerings at:  http://fme.ly/online APRIL 30
  66. 66. Share Today’s Webinar Today’s webinar was recorded View our archive at:  http://fme.ly/archive
  67. 67. We’ll Be Following Up
  68. 68. Thank You! For more information, contact:  Sales:  sales@safe.com  (604)501-9985 ext. 287  Support  support@safe.com  (604)501-9985 ext. 278  Dale  Mark  dal@safe.com  mark.ireland@safe.com  @DaleAtSafe  @FMEEvangelist

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