[OSGeo Africa] US census / demarcation tool based on QGIS

Sibusiso Langatshe sibusisol at statssa.gov.za
Mon Jan 21 06:29:31 PST 2019

Let me check this tool

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>>> Gavin Fleming <gavin at kartoza.com> 2019/01/21 16:08 >>>

I recently came across this US Census Bureau tool based on QGIS that is a great example of how FOSS GIS can support critical data processing and decision support workflows: https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/bas/information/response-methods/gups.html 

Something for StatsSA and the Demarcation Board to mull over. 

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