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Open source GIS community did it again! QGIS 3.18 was upgraded in late February 2021 with loads of new features, . . .
“We must undertake a concerted global effort to encourage and invest in the creation of digital public goods: open source . . .
This is not the first time I find myself wondering about the relationship between quite an overwhelming amount of available . . .
Before the blog actually starts, here is an unofficial theme music and opening video for the post. Please dedicate a . . .
Clouds are usually the biggest obstacle for leveraging satellite imagery in cloud-prone regions. We at Gispo are currently developing a . . .
Visualizing spatial data with high volumes in an informative way can be tricky. One trick I have used quite a . . .
How to make animated maps with QGIS? With the native temporal support! Already in earlier versions of QGIS it has . . .
Testing is essential part of writing good piece of software. Writing unit tests and integration test are good way to . . .
If you’re new to PostGIS and want to try it out, one of the first things you’ll want to do . . .
My colleague Topi crafted a beautiful map for the #30DayMapChallenge showing the ecoregions of the world in a globe-like map . . .