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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged gis

Back in February, I reported that Esri would enable governments to open their data to the public. via Pocket

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Kevin: A great guide from Poynter about mapping and GIS tools. GIS stands for geographical information systems, and it is used by governments to map data. GIS is a really powerful tool. In the US data store, data.gov, you can even find the shapefiles used by many of these applications. Great post with lots of great information. 

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Kevin: A free (as in beer) GIS tool for the Mac.

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Kevin: A free GIS application for the Mac. It manages geospatial data, visualisation and maps production.

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Derek Willis, a member of the New York Times web development group, explains how to use GeoDjango to create the Represent project. All it took was Ubuntu, GeoDjango and some good design work. It's another argument for wise use of open source software.

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