Last week we announced GeoIQ Social where anyone can immediately visualize and analyze social media data with their internal and external data. But there is more than just connecting social data, it’s is necessary to make this data available on-demand in realtime.
We’ve been focusing on connectivity across [...]Continue Reading →
Next week some of the GeoIQ team will be presenting and attending at the Free and Open Source Software for GeoSpatial (FOSS4G) conference in Denver, CO. The conference looks like it’s shaping up to be a great one. There are some really amazing talks planned and a great list [...]Continue Reading →
Last week I presented at GIS in the Rockies here in Denver. The conference is a good one to attend if you’re looking to brush up what’s going on in the GIS space around the region and also catch up with past colleagues and friends in the GIS industry.
The local open source geospatial [...]Continue Reading →
Andrew and I both attended, and spoke at, O’Reilly’s OSCON 2011 last week. All around it was a great experience. There was never a session with less than two talks worth seeing.
On Monday Andrew spoke at the OSCON Data “sub-conference” about exploring ways to play with (analyze and visualize) personal and private [...]Continue Reading →
This week we released GeoCommons 2.0! We’ve gotten some really positive feedback from users on the new UI and the features we’ve added. I thought I’d write a series of short blog posts over the next few days that help introduce some features of the new GeoCommons and discuss a bit of the technical apsects [...]Continue Reading →
*Note: this is a cross post from our developer blog: http://developer.geoiq.com/blog/
What is Acetate?
This week we launched Acetate a collaboration between us, Stamen , and 41 Latitude which allows users to create more compelling maps in GeoCommons by essentially re-ordering the basemaps to incorporate their own layers. This [...]Continue Reading →
Today we’re going to have some fun, okay, fun in the geeky GIS analyst kind of way (the only kind I know!). Nevertheless, if you follow this blog…then…well you know what I mean.
Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane. Remember when you all were kids, still learning how to become the best geo-spatial [...]Continue Reading →
Join us for some fun pre-wherecamp5280 geo-programming on Thursday, Nov. 18th 2010 at the historic Tivoli Student Center on the University of Colorado Denver’s campus.
If you’re coming to WhereCamp5280 and you have an affinity for scripting languages (like Python or Ruby) and you’d like to help us solve some fun geo-problems then come join [...]Continue Reading →
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