[GRASS-user] [gdal-dev] Using the CORINE2000 land cover/land use data base with GRASS-GIS under Ubuntu-linux 8.04

leonidas300 leonidas_liakos at yahoo.gr
Fri Jun 27 01:49:53 EDT 2008

Niko, thank you very much for your contribution. I'm also a Grass-QGIS user
and Arcgis user. Well, Grass is really powerful but I' think Arcgis is more
effectiveness specially in cartography and map production. I think Grass
should update it's GUI and add some more functionality for cartography and
map production because for the present it's more time consuming than
arcgis.Anyway thank you again for your tutorial.

Leonidas Liakos, Geographer

Nikos Alexandris wrote:
> On Sun, 2008-05-18 at 10:58 +0200, Markus Neteler wrote:
>> Very nice, Nikos!
>> Please (all) consider to register your (related) material here:
>> http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Educational_Content_Inventory
> Yep, I am after it ;-P
>> Markus
> The article was initially thought to go for the GRASS wiki... but then I
> thought to fight on the "outer" space. I got some positive comments
> about it.
> Yet, the most important is that people don't even know that GRASS (and
> even worse for GDAL/OGR) is a full-functional GIS. Some know it exists
> but they never "touched" it.
> Greetings,
> Nikos
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