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Overview of open source geospatial work at EDINA, delivered to the State of the Map Scotland Conference in Edinburgh, 19 October 2012.

Overview of open source geospatial work at EDINA, delivered to the State of the Map Scotland Conference in Edinburgh, 19 October 2012.

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  • A map which shows statistical information in diagrammatic form Statistics first , geographical accuracy second
  • Create, Share and reuse Production strength service and toolset Break the barriers to current creation by non specialists
  • Create, Share and reuse Production strength service and toolset Break the barriers to current creation by non specialists
  • Create, Share and reuse Production strength service and toolset Break the barriers to current creation by non specialists
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
  • API is the main guts of it – interfaces with the guts of Scape Toad Allows upload and download of input and output files Website uses a wizard to guide user through creation process
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    • 1. @ Addy Pope Geo-services Email: addy.pope@ed.ac.uk Twitter: @go_geo http://www.gogeo.ac.uk EDINA website: http://edina.ac.ukSlide 1 of ## <<Enter presentation title here>>
    • 2. What is EDINA? is a National Data Centre Based at Supported by http://pafciu17.dev.openstreetmap.org/? module=map&center=- 3.18,55.935&zoom=17&width=400&height=400type=cycle Open Data & Open Source Software at EDINA
    • 3. What do we do? http://www.flickr.com/photos/steverhode/3183290111/sizes/l/in/photostream/ Ensure continuous access to resources Preservation initiatives to ensure long term access to scholarly content Repository services for open access and other licensed material Open Data & Open Source Software at EDINA
    • 4. What do we do? Multimedia Services Geo Service Authentication Bibliographic Services Open Data & Open Source Software at EDINA
    • 5. What? EDINA runs services primarily for the UK education sector. However, it is increasingly trying to make its services open and available to everyone. In this Presentation we will look at some of the services that EDINA run that you can access and what you might do with them and some other “Open” geo-tools.
    • 6. GeoTagger A basic web service API for geo-tagging/geo- coding image, audio and video media A demo web client enabling users to upload media, metadata parsing and geo-tagging/geo- coding An Open Metadata collection of geo-tagged/geo-coded enriched media with a search interface (this has been seeded with 250,000 images from Geograph
    • 7. GeoTagger Upload Your Picture Existing Exif Metadata Export Use map to locate where image picture was taken
    • 8. Cartogrammarcar·to·gram/ˈ kärtəˌ gram/A map on which statisticalinformation is shown indiagrammatic form.A small diagram on the face of amap, showing quantitativeinformation.An abstracted and simplifiedmap the base of which is nottrue to scale. http://www.viewsoftheworld.net
    • 9. CartogrammarSlide 9 of ## <<Enter presentation title here>>
    • 10. Creation Parameters
    • 11. Cartogram View and Download
    • 12. Project GoalsSlide 12 of ## <<Enter presentation title here>>
    • 13. Project Goals • Example of one being made here:Slide 13 of ## <<Enter presentation title here>>
    • 14. GoGeo Discover GIS resources Find Data Create standards compliant metadata Learn about metadata standards Open Data & Open Source Software at EDINA
    • 15. GoGeo Discover GIS resources Find Data Create standards compliant metadata Learn about metadata standards Open Data & Open Source Software at EDINA
    • 16. Unlock Unlock Text – feed in a body of text and Unlock will associate places from it. It uses fuzzy logic to Web API that provides disambiguate places with geographic reference to the same name place names.
    • 17. ShareGeoFind and share openspatial data ……
    • 18. ShareGeo Create maps or perform spatial analysis
    • 19. Openstream Web Mapping Service (WMS) of OS OpenData Stream map to a GIS or Google Earth or embed the map in your website using the API.
    • 20. Openstream Stream maps at a variety of scales with appropriate detail on each Offers an alternative to OSM. Advantages and disadvantages – discuss.
    • 21. Openstream Great way of streaming maps into a GIS, in this case QGIS.
    • 22. Putting it all together……. What if we want to take some Open data and make it available for others to view it over the internet? There are plenty of tools to help you do this and you don’t need to be programmer or GIS expert to achieve it either. Lets find out how……
    • 23. Putting it all together……. We are going to make a map that shows the location of wind farms around the UK. We could just post the image we saw earlier, but that doesn’t allow the user to interact at all, they cannot zoom or query the data.
    • 24. Putting it all together……. Another shameless plug, but an example of the useful data that is in ShareGeo Open ready to be used.
    • 25. Putting it all together…….
    • 26. Putting it all together…….
    • 27. Putting it all together…….
    • 28. Putting it all together…….
    • 29. Putting it all together…….
    • 30. Putting it all together……. <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <title>OGR2Layers</title> <style> #map{width:800px;height:600px;} </style> <script src="http://www.openlayers.org/api/2.11/OpenLayers.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> var map, selectsControls function init(){ var option = { projection: new OpenLayers.Projection("EPSG:900913"), displayProjection: new OpenLayers.Projection("EPSG:4326") }; map = new OpenLayers.Map(map, option); olmapnik = new OpenLayers.Layer.OSM("OpenStreetMap Mapnik", "http://tile.openstreetmap.org/${z}/${x}/${y}.png"); map.addLayer(olmapnik); map.setBaseLayer(olmapnik); var ls= new OpenLayers.Control.LayerSwitcher(); map.addControl(ls); ls.maximizeControl(); map.addControl(new OpenLayers.Control.Scale()); map.addControl(new OpenLayers.Control.Attribution()); map.addControl(new OpenLayers.Control.Navigation()); var WindFarm_Consented2011 = new OpenLayers.Layer.GML("WindFarm_Consented2011 GeoJSON", "WindFarm_Consented2011.GeoJSON", {format: OpenLayers.Format.GeoJSON}); map.addLayer(WindFarm_Consented2011); var WindFarm_Construction2011 = new OpenLayers.Layer.GML("WindFarm_Construction2011 GeoJSON", "WindFarm_Construction2011.GeoJSON", {format: OpenLayers.Format.GeoJSO map.addLayer(WindFarm_Construction2011); var WindFarm_Operational2011 = new OpenLayers.Layer.GML("WindFarm_Operational2011 GeoJSON", "WindFarm_Operational2011.GeoJSON", {format: OpenLayers.Format.GeoJSON}) map.addLayer(WindFarm_Operational2011); var WindFarm_Proposed2011 = new OpenLayers.Layer.GML("WindFarm_Proposed2011 GeoJSON", "WindFarm_Proposed2011.GeoJSON", {format: OpenLayers.Format.GeoJSON}); map.addLayer(WindFarm_Proposed2011); extent = new OpenLayers.Bounds(-16.488754,89.996499,-16.488754,89.996499).transform(new OpenLayers.Projection("EPSG:4326"), new OpenLayers.Projection("EPSG:900913")); map.zoomToExtent(extent); }; </script> </head> <body onload="init()"> <h1></h1> <div id="map"></div> </body> </html>
    • 31. Other great resources
    • 32. Geo-Events/Groups The Hutton Club run seminars at 1600 on Fridays. These focus on Earth System Process and Physical Geography.
    • 33. Geo-Events/Groups EEO-AGI(S) Seminar series is also run by the School of Geoscience on Fridays. 2 Nov – Gary Gale, Director of Places, Nokia 23 Nov – “Humanising Archaeological GIS”, Prof. Gary Lock, University of Oxford 18 Jan – “Analytical and Interactive Cartography”, Prof. Jason Dykes, City University 8 Feb – “New GI Technologies for Historical Maps”, Chris Fleet, National Library of Scotland 1 March – “City Science”, Prof. Mike Batty, CASA, UCL 22 March - “Our Ecosystem: Web-based Spatial Data Sharing for Non-Expert GI Users”, Dr. Karin Viergever, Ecometrica 26 April – “Life at NASA”, Will Cornforth, University of Edinburgh
    • 34. Geo-Events/Groups The Royal Scottish Geographical Society run regular seminars around Scotland. Topics are broad and varied.
    • 35. The objectives of AGI Scotland are:• to promote awareness on GI and how it could benefit the citizen, commerce andgood governance within Scotland• to gain access to Scottish and UK governments• to bring together people with an interest in GI within Scotland• to tune and deliver membership benefits to Scottish members• to encourage AGI membership at the grass roots level within Scotland26 November 2012 – GeoDrinks Glasgow*Join us at Waxy O’Connors, from 4pm onwards for an informal networking event27 February 2013 – AGI Scotland Annual Conference, University of GlasgowFor further details of these and other UK wide events, see www.agi.org.uk
    • 36. Addy PopeEmail: addy.pope@ed.ac.ukTwitter: @go_geohttp://www.gogeo.ac.ukEDINA website: http://edina.ac.uk
    • 37. Edinburgh Geo-Events/Groups

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