Sunday 25 March 2012

Roundup of web projects

Is it spring in the air or LinkedIn's new (to me) facility to post projects? Here is a round-up of various projects in the past five years as recently posted on my LinkedIn page:

Medieval Fenlands GIS
April 2010 to March 2012
Also: Sue Oosthuizen, Frances Wilmoth
The recent release of UK Ordnance Survey OpenData opened the opportunity to post H.C. Darby's data from The Medieval Fenland and The Drainage of the Fens of East Anglia in the eastern UK. And parishes are the geographic unit that remained constant since the Middle Ages.
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Captain's ship's logs for the period 1752 to 1855
July 2004 to June 2011
Also: Daniel Schober, George Dailey
This is a sample dataset off the CLIWOC database. This subset tabulates the captain's ship's logs for the period 1750 to 1850, and document the fascinating voyages of exploration in that period. Started on ArcGIS Explorer now on ArcGIS Online.
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Teapot Dome 3D GIS
September 2011 to January 2012
Also: Jeanette Buelt, Tom Anderson
Data from RMOTC located on a 10,000-acre U.S. Department of Energy site within Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3 (NPR-3). Used target formation tops from RMOTC to try new fault gridded contouring in ArcGIS 10
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July 2009 to Present
Also: Dino Ravnic, Marko Santic
Early adopter of vector GIS in a personal cloud, with data uplaoded as shape files or to postGIS and even via ftp - HTML5 puts it on fondleslabs with no separate app
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Socium On-line Validation
 November 2011 to January 2012
Also: Abbie Beckford, Duncan Guthrie
Early adopter of on-line validation service, to test the Medieval Fenlands mash-up of manually enhanced shape files and Ordnance Survey back drop
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Personal web maps using free tools
July 2006 to Present
Also: Christophe Staff, Jo Cook & others
Flat files posted online using Openlayers then Google Maps java scripts - updating some from v.2 to 3 Google Maps API is proving to be somewhat of a challenge
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Google Fusion Tables
October 2009 to October 2011
Also: Martin Lewis & others
Trying out novel way to map data on-line, largest number of hits on my blog with a little help from my friends
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August 2009 to October 2010
Also: David Lloyd, Hussein Nasser
Trial social media marketing in aid of a web mapping start-up
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And here are a few more mashups:

NOAA dust cloud and wind speed data on as DIY weatherman in the Middle-East, posted once as a live banner map on this blog...
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Post-your-own joke by country (old GIS Day project)...
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Offshore maritime boundaries as areas of potential boundary dispute...
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And show my octogenerian parents an webmap of mine directly on skype!
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