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OpenLayers - A high-performance, feature-packed JS library for all your mapping needs
OpenLayers makes it easy to put a dynamic map in any web page. It can display map tiles, vector data and markers loaded from any source. OpenLayers has been developed to further the use of geographic information of all kinds. It is completely free, Open Source JavaScript, released under the 2-clause BSD License (also known as the FreeBSD).
maps  mapping  geo  opensource  javascript  js  library  geographic  tiles  vector  HTML5  styling  embed  interactive  geolocation 
6 days ago by csaper
Tools I recommend for building Geospatial Web Applications
Being a freelance WebGIS developer, it is very frequent for me to decide what tools I’ll need for my next project. Now after a few years of experience, this decision has become a bit easier because…
gis  geolocation  javascript 
6 days ago by lenciel
Tools I recommend for building Geospatial Web Applications
Tools I recommend for building Geospatial Web Applications Being a freelance WebGIS developer, it is very frequent for me to decide what tools I’ll need for my next project. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  geolocation  programming  reference  tools 
10 days ago by jeremyday
GeoSpark - Customizable location tracking and intelligence solution, with 90% less battery drain
Build your location infrastructure with the AI-driven location genius.

GeoSpark provides a completely customizable location tracking and intelligence solution, with 90% less battery drain - never compromising on accuracy.
geolocation  mobile  API  performance 
14 days ago by liqweed
GeoLite2 Free Downloadable Databases « MaxMind Developer Site
GeoLite2 databases are free IP geolocation databases comparable to, but less accurate than, MaxMind’s GeoIP2 databases. The GeoLite2 Country, City, and ASN databases are updated weekly, every Tuesday.
geolocation  geocoding 
21 days ago by andyhuey
Jupyter meets the Earth - Jupyter Blog
Jupyter and Pangeo are both open communities that share the goal of developing tools and practices for interactive scientific workflows; these tools aim to deliver practical value to scientists who, in the course of everyday research, face a combination of big data and large-scale computing needs.
Project Jupyter creates open-source tools and standards for interactive computing. These span the spectrum from low-level protocols for running code interactively up to the web-based JupyterLab interface that a researcher uses. Jupyter is agnostic of programming language: over 130 different Jupyter kernels exist, and they provide support for most programming languages in widespread use today. Jupyter can be run on a laptop, in an HPC center, or in the cloud. Shared-infrastructure deployments (e.g. HPC / cloud) are enabled by JupyterHub, a component in the Jupyter toolbox that supports the deployment and management of Jupyter sessions for multiple users. The development process of tools in the Jupyter ecosystem is community-oriented and includes a diverse set of stakeholders across research, education, and industry. The project has a strong tradition of building tools that are first designed to solve specific problems, and then generalized to other users and applications.
A Pangeo Platform is a modular composition of open, community-driven projects, tailored to the scientific needs of a specific scientific domain. In its simplest form, it is based on the following generic components: a browser-based user interface (Jupyter), a data model and analytics toolkit (Xarray), a parallel job distribution system (Dask), a resource management system (either Kubernetes or a job queuing system such as PBS), and a storage system (either cloud object store or traditional HPC file system). These are complemented by problem- and domain-specific libraries.
This modular design allows for individual components to be readily exchanged and the system to be applied in new use cases. Pangeo was created by, and for, geoscientists faced with large-scale data and computation challenges, but such problems are now common in science. Researchers in a variety of disciplines including neuroscience and astrophysics are working to adapt the Pangeo design pattern for their communities. Beyond the initial Pangeo deployments supported by the NSF EarthCube grant for Pangeo, the platform has been adopted internationally, including by the UK Met office. It has also supported new research and education efforts from other federal agencies, such as NASA’s HackWeek focused on the analysis of ICESat-2 data.
jupyter  geolocation  reproducibility 
27 days ago by cnk

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