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Avicenna

Location Data Visualisation and Editing

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Avicenna is an application for visualizing location data stored in excel or .csv table files on a map or in a table view. It provides several export functions (such as single pictures, database dumps and even a HTML-export that enables you to use Avicenna on your website).

It was developed as part of the course "Techniken der Projektentwicklung" in summer semester 2012 at the University of Bielefeld by Team 2 and is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License version 3.

This project is finished and other developers should be able to use Avicennas features for their own visualization projects without having too much trouble.

We provide an installation/building tutorial as well as the complete sourcecode and necessary databases.

Avicennas internal language is German, therefore it may be necessary to do translation work for international use.

For more details, please have a look at our project website.

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  • danieljohnson2
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    Avicenna-map works great.

    Posted 06/06/2013
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    avicenna-map works great

    Posted 09/26/2012
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Additional Project Details

Languages

German

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop, Management, Quality Engineers

User Interface

XUL

Programming Language

Java, JavaScript

Registered

2012-07-27
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