Dear colleagues, SORRY for the cross-postings: Maybe you or someone in your team can be interested in the III FOSS for GIS Spanish meeting that will be held on Girona (Spain) from 11th to 13th of March 2009. All available information concerning to the planned plenary sessions  and
Tyler, Here is a link to some python code that I wrote to read a delimited text file and write out a shapefile. It uses the ogr and osr python modules. The code is not particularly clean or efficient, but it does include the case of creating a shapefile, creating columns, and populating the
Dear all I would like to take a broader view of the issue of raster data in a DBMS. Issues of performance are relevant, but the benefits of having raster data on a DBMS are much more important. Consider that raster sensors and grid models are by far the dominant source of new geospatial data.
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 5:25 PM, Gilberto Camara [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: but the benefits of having raster data on a DBMS are much more important. And those benefits are? ___ Discuss mailing list Discuss@lists.osgeo.org
Paul, That is not the answer your are waiting for but... IMHO, once you overcome the mythical concept that a database server will always perform slower than a direct file access then Spatial is not special anymore! [who said that?] and you can think on the benefits just like a banker or an