[Live-demo] What dataset should your application use on
tech_dev at wildintellect.com
Sat Jun 12 12:16:25 EDT 2010
I think 2 datasets make sense:
1 World level - NaturalEarthData, etc. (I personally like the Cross
Blended Hypsometric Tints raster where the color isn't purely elevation)
( A layer of OSGeo Chapters would be nice too, and maybe points for
2 local - As we discussed previously every year we could rebuild the
same type of data for the location of foss4g, in this case Barcellona
Landsat, SRTM/DEM, OSM, KML of conference hotel, etc.
Format wise we should make sure we have at minimum:
1 OSM file
1 Postgis Layer (Can be imports of above data)
1 Spatialite (Can be imports of above data)
1 JPEG (Mapnik tile?)
1 WMS (Can be imports of above data)
1 WFS (Can be imports of above data)
On 06/11/2010 05:00 AM, Massimo Di Stefano wrote:
> For the ossim/imagelinker dataset i used :
> landsat etm+ and srtm data for barcellona (for the foss4g 2010)
> the data are downloaded from the last lines in the ossim install script.
> the data i included are :
> etm+ (red,green,blue)
> 2 sample kml files
> the results is like :
> the data size is about 50 mb
> (note, the overview and rgb image is not included, its derivation is explained in the doc )
> other data can be added, like :
> infrared band to make ndvi
> pan band to make pansharp
> (both rgb, ndvi and pansharp images can be derived on the live itself, including the needed steps in a tutorial)
> this data are related to Barcellona,
> but the same "kind of data" can be used for "sexy place" like
> some nice island .. hawaii ?
> or vulcanos like 'vesuvio' ?
> this mail is related only to raster stuff ...
> for the vector stuff we can add data like :
> world coastline
> world political boundaries
> corine land cover
> geonames database
> what do you think about ?
> Il giorno 11/giu/2010, alle ore 08.07, Hamish ha scritto:
>> Jody wrote:
>>> I am willing to switch the uDig examples over to the
>>> Natural Earth dataset; you could lighten up on the raster
>>> datasets in order to provide a more varied dataset. I also
>>> note that a DEM should be included in the mix for
>>> applications that wish to highlight that functionality.
>> SRTM tile(s) + LANDSAT covering some topographically interesting
>> part of the world?
>> grand canyon? hong kong?
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