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Many people ask me about a good place to start learning Python and GIS programming for free. I know there are a lot, so it is easy to get overwhelmed by the resources of the internet. Another thing is when you start a course and get to the halfway you find that the software already has an updated version with many new things to consider. So let me suggest Geo-Python for basic Python for everyone who haven’t tried programming before. It is free, updated and very well explained. Need something adventurous, try Automating GIS-processes course which explained the basic GIS terms and techniques using free tools and simple english. These contents are prepared for university students in mind but people who left universities, waiting to get admitted or simply left in disguise will find them equally helpful.  (ps. I am not affiliated)

ArcGIS Pro: An honest review

It’s been a while since ESRI announced ArcGIS Pro, a clean and revamped version of the ArcGIS Desktop. After a long exhaustive wait for a proper 64-bit geoprocessing and mapping environment ESRI has finally introduced something completely modified out of the scratch. This new version has a lot of new and interesting feature – can visualize, edit, and perform analysis in both 2D and 3D, it’s multithreaded and support 64-bit processing, new set of symbols, tools, workflows in a completely new user interface. There is a lot of excitement in everywhere for this new application.

So I decided to download the trial version of ArcGIS Pro 1.1 and have a look. Continue reading

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How to Cite GIS Materials and Maps

There are a lot among us who use to use spatial materials and information in their reports and articles. These materials include maps, data, charts and diagrams and even atlases. How many of us really know how to cite them properly? Continue reading

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