Programmatic GPS/NMEA-sentence interface.
This program takes NMEA, CSV, GPR or GPX logfiles from your GPS device, manages your tracks and exports them as KML to Google Earth. Investigate altitude and speed information, measure distances and cut tracks.
PGAT is a graphical interface to PostGIS focused in mapping the geo-spatial operations defined in PostGIS. The spatial operations are performed in the server side unlike most open source GIS.
propose a support for defining mappings between elements in generic models and elements in the designer’s models,help to create consistent and relevant models integrating the generic and specific ones and taking into account the mappings between them
BioSARN is an environmental niche model refinement tool
BioSARN (Biological Species Approximate Realized Niche) refines environmental niche model output using topographic, soil and land class filtering, enhanced temporal corridor definition, niche area quantification and output to a high spatial resolution land class model. This is a Java™ Desktop MicroSoft Windows Application with a simple GUI. Preferably BioSARN should be used with 64-bit Java and a substantial RAM as the application reads input files into memory to minimize compute times.
a .NET wrapper for the OziExplorer (Ozi Explorer) API.
GPS Tracker for Android OS Supports KML export (Google Earth) and raw format export as txt datas
JLocate is a Java library for providing an easy and simple framework for efficiently performing location proximity searches using a variety of different algorithms and metrics.
The pathfinder in an alien city
Shape from shading tools making use of the LDO-SFS algorithm.
A set of tools for processing AIS data (Automatic Identification System) encompassing statistics, vessel tracking, trend analysis and not least global sharing of AIS data.
A Geographic information system featuring read, query, update geographic and analytic associated on a web client.
A program for cropping GPX track files. The GUI plots the GPX track (latitude vs longitude) and lets the user remove GPS points from the beginning and end of the track respectively. There is also a built-in Command Line Interface.
Raster layer editing toolbar for ArcMap 10.x
# Important Note # The development has been moved to GitHub, but I will keep releasing new version here. https://github.com/haoliangyu/ares Supported ArcMap version: 10.0/10.1/10.2/10.3/10.4 This add-in aims at extending the raster editing function]. With the new Raster Editor toolbar, users are able to edit the raster layer simply by click-and-edit, just like what we can do with the feature layer. It is very suitable for minor modification of raster layers. If you have any suggestions or comments, write it down or send me an email to haoliang.yu AT outlook.com. Current Release: 0.2.1
GT2 combines online and offline navigation for hikers and cyclists
The lightweight and compact App GpsTicker2 combines online and offline navigation for hikers and cyclists. Offline route calculation is possible for all federal states of Germany and many other regions. Online route calculation can be done at home with available internet connection, saved routes and pois can be used outdoor without mobile network. Maps can be easily downloaded with the integrated download manager. GpsTicker2 is free of advertisement (AdMob). Try the new version https://sourceforge.net/p/gpsticker3
A gui for linux users of miniHomer, a GPS tracker
geocentric <> geodetic <> XYZ basic equations
This is for Mathematica. 1) list of geocentric <> geodetic <> XYZ related equations* 2) quick plots using them (3d poly globe) 3) wikipedia article summarizing the above 4) one equation is by author of this paper. shows that using (new) geometry observation, Heiskanen and Moritz or Ferrari equations were not necessary as the problem is not inheirently recursive as they suggested. (see article) *gleened from many onlne sources. file geodetic-geodesic is same, improperly named) (for historic reasons files are also in https://sourceforge.net/projects/periodictablemm/)
SVR with clustering & classification support (Python) for data mining.
The python implementation of the Selective Variance Reduction (SVR) technique is presented with clustering and classification support. The 2 components being, a) SVR MeGa script (svr_mg.py) & b) library (svrmg_myf.py). Data are included. The scripts are developed in Python 3.5. Numpy, Scypy, SciKit-learn are the main py libraries used. A short training in Python as well as the functions library and run-scripts are presented in a step by step approach from the link https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/16217596/webOctave/_octave.html#Python For SVR technique details visit the WIKI of the Octave implementation at https://sourceforge.net/u/miliaresis/wiki/Home/#895c
Continuing development and support of KB2SCS's APRS program. The project goal is to replace the .OCX controls that will NOT work under Vista, AND port the program to .NET
Open Source Autonomous Ground Vehicle software written using Borland development tools (Delphi 7, Delphi 8 and Kylix 3)
QS-City 3D is a quality assurance application to ensure the correctness of geometric objects described in the CityGML format. The objects may be viewed in an OpenGL-based 3D view.
Data sets to test the scripts of Environmental Image Analysis course
Data sets to test the scripts of the Environmental Image Analysis course (https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/16217596/webOctave/_octave.html) For example the SVR project (Miliaresis G. 2016. Selective Variance Reduction, Octave Implementation. SourceForge Project: selective-variance-reduction. http://selective-variance-reduction.sourceforge.net) See also the project wiki at: https://sourceforge.net/p/test-sites-datasets/wiki/Data%20Sites/ Additional details through my web page http://miliaresis.tripod.com