After the bad taste left by football matches last night and the milestone milestone of commitments that the mortgage makes us take, I leave 20 carefully selected articles from two highly frequented sites in this geospatial world. I wanted to put a cooler theme, but in the end I'm content to know how to complicate the simple to extreme values ... that's what my wife says!
Those who already know it will know that I am talking about one of the most important sites in terms of resources for users of cartography, especially using the ArcGIS software. By the way, born in Ecuador.
As a recommendation, I leave these articles 10:
- Create an 2D Profile and build the 3D Model of the Underground in ArcGIS
- Define Projection and Reproject in ArcGIS
- COGO tool in ArcGIS (topographic surveys)
- ArcGIS Tutorials 10 in Spanish in PDF format
- Fit a polygon to the shape of a line in ArcGIS
- Draw data from a topographic survey in ArcGIS
- 1935 Error in ArcGIS Installation
- Install sextant in ArcToolbox "Merge" gvSIG in ArcGIS 10
- Calculate the volume of land displaced in a collapse with ArcGIS
- Supervised and unsupervised classification in ArcGIS
And if you did not find what you were looking for, ask Franz
This is still the oldest site with the largest number of active users in its forums, especially the topography and Cadastre.
Difficult to choose 10 articles but here a dare.
- UTM Geographic Calculator
- Manual of classic topography
- Forum for Topography in Cartesia
- V8.200609 Version of the Geodetic Calculator
- Peters projection
MundoGEO magazine in Spanish
Already available to browse the MundoGEO magazine in Spanish that brings much more than eyeing topics of interest such as:
- Geotechnologies as tools for the systematization of knowledge
- The trends of Spatial Data Infrastructures and the management of geospatial information
- Scale of temporality and challenges: urbanizations of Latin America and the Caribbean
- Application, behavior and context: a set of principles for surveyors
- And of course, the third edition of the section "Who is who in the geospatial sector of Latin America?" When I see the personalities that are included I feel honored to have been mentioned in that section.