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Found a new portal MyGeodata (http://converter.mygeodata.eu) where you can process your data collectively - just pack to a ZIP file all your GIS data in any formats and coordinate systems what you want to process, send it to the server and then you will see all available informations about your datasets and available operations. One web application is for vector data, the second for raster data. Some features:
  • Reading of more than 100 various data formats
  • Possibility to export data to one of more than 30 data formats
  • Format and layer specific creation options for output dataset
  • Layers/band selection for processing - e.g. if a dataset has more layers/bands (DGN, ArcInfo, ...)
  • Attributes selection for preserving/deleting
  • Dateiled information about input datasets
  • Verification/assignment of coordinate system to input layers
  • Transformation to any coordinate system
  • List of most common coordinate systems
  • Searching of coordinate systems by EPSG code or keywords
  • Objects filtering by WHERE query
  • Possibility to layer data processing by SQL query
  • Collective processing

Edited by Tonny, 10 June 2010 - 12:49 AM.


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Tonny, you don't happen to have any association with ArteGIS or the mygeodata.eu service?
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Tonny, you don't happen to have any association with ArteGIS or the mygeodata.eu service?


I know some people from ArteGIS - Czech Republic is quite small for people who are interesting in GIS... Why are you asking?




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