The MapWindow GIS project includes a free and open source desktop geographic information system (GIS) with an extensible plugin architecture; a GIS ActiveX control; and C# GIS programmer library called DotSpatial.

The MapWindow GIS project includes a free and open source desktop geographic information system (GIS) with an extensible plugin architecture; a GIS ActiveX control; and C# GIS programmer library called DotSpatial.

Uber’s open source data visualization tool now goes beyond maps  |  TechCrunch

Uber’s open source data visualization tool now goes beyond maps

Uber’s open source data visualization tool now goes beyond maps | TechCrunch

Best Uplifting Songs List: Inspiring | Conscious | Happy | Inspirational | Positive | Expansive : One Community

Best Uplifting Songs List: Inspiring | Conscious | Happy | Inspirational | Positive | Expansive : One Community

Le Monde adds MapBox’s open source maps to its new website to highlight where news is happening

Le Monde Adds MapBox's Open Source Maps To Its New Site To Highlight Where News Is Happening

Le Monde adds MapBox’s open source maps to its new website to highlight where news is happening

Ubers open source data visualization tool now goes beyond m

Ubers open source data visualization tool now goes beyond m

Soft Cities is a San Francisco-based company that sells blankets and napkins. Sounds pretty standard.    But actually, there's something quite cool about these blankets and napkins. You can custom-print them to feature a street map of your favorite location, like a college campus, hometown, or far-away city. Working with Stamen Design, an award-winning tech-and-map design firm in the Bay area, it uses open-source software to access a kind of "world-wide Wikipedia for maps" and turns it into…

Stamen's Big Idea: Blankets Made From Open-Source Maps of the World

Soft Cities is a San Francisco-based company that sells blankets and napkins. Sounds pretty standard. But actually, there's something quite cool about these blankets and napkins. You can custom-print them to feature a street map of your favorite location, like a college campus, hometown, or far-away city. Working with Stamen Design, an award-winning tech-and-map design firm in the Bay area, it uses open-source software to access a kind of "world-wide Wikipedia for maps" and turns it into…

You may not be aware, but Uber offers an open source version of the data visualization framework it uses internally, called deck.gl. The tool was made available to anyone via open source license la…

Uber’s open source data visualization tool now goes beyond maps

You may not be aware, but Uber offers an open source version of the data visualization framework it uses internally, called deck.gl. The tool was made available to anyone via open source license la…

MapServer is an Open Source platform for publishing spatial data and interactive mapping applications to the web. Originally developed in the mid-1990’s at the University of Minnesota, MapServer is released under an MIT-style license, and runs on all major platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X). MapServer is not a full-featured GIS system, nor does it aspire to be.

MapServer is an Open Source platform for publishing spatial data and interactive mapping applications to the web. Originally developed in the mid-1990’s at the University of Minnesota, MapServer is released under an MIT-style license, and runs on all major platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X). MapServer is not a full-featured GIS system, nor does it aspire to be.

In Sochi, Open Source Maps Beat Google's - Robinson Meyer - The Atlantic Cities

In Sochi, Open Source Maps Beat Google's

In Sochi, Open Source Maps Beat Google's - Robinson Meyer - The Atlantic Cities

QGIS is free, open source map making software that is a close second to ArcGIS. It is complex, and has a steep learning curve, just like ArcGIS. Did I mention QGIS is free and open source? There is nothing free or open about ArcGI$ in any way, shape, or form.

QGIS is free, open source map making software that is a close second to ArcGIS. It is complex, and has a steep learning curve, just like ArcGIS. Did I mention QGIS is free and open source? There is nothing free or open about ArcGI$ in any way, shape, or form.

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