Re: [datameet] Re: 2001 village and town boundaries

2020-06-01 Thread Digvijay Bendrikar Shinde
Connecting Prof Jitendra Shah from GISE Lab of CSE IIT Bombay. He may like to discuss this with you. About RIDDHI foundation, it's an organisation based in Kolkata. They work in GIS technologies to support social projects. Regards Digvijay On Mon, Jun 1, 2020, 9:42 AM Sharad Lele (शरच्चंद्र

Re: [datameet] Re: 2001 village and town boundaries

2020-05-31 Thread शरच्चंद्र लेले
Dear Digvijay: Thanks for this information. I did not know about the censusgis.org portal. It seems to have boundaries for areas where I have otherwise drawn a blank. BUT it is really hard to use this portal for anything other than to 'see' approximately what is going on. Pity. Do you know

Re: [datameet] Re: 2001 village and town boundaries

2020-05-31 Thread Mark Montgomery
Many thanks to Digvijay and Sharad, and I hope to continue sharing ideas and data with you. I'm excited to hear about the census gis site and the availability of integrated files for Maharashtra; I did not know about either resource. One issue that I am concerned about is whether it will be

Re: [datameet] Re: 2001 village and town boundaries

2020-05-31 Thread Digvijay Bendrikar Shinde
Hello Prof Mark, Thank you for the resource. Have you seen the India GIS portal? http://www.censusgis.org/india/ it has the census data of 2001 and 2011 integrated with (up to) Village level shapefiles. you can make basic spatial viz using this. But files can not be downloaded. Also, CSE