Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Open Source Geospatial Atlas

2012-07-31 Thread John Callahan
by the contributors. - John *** John Callahan, Research Scientist Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware URL: http://www.dgs.udel.edu * On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 9:35 AM, Barry Rowlingson b.rowling

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Open Source Geospatial Atlas

2012-07-30 Thread John Callahan
I concur with David here. We publish numerous maps and always use Illustrator (or other design tools) in the workflow process. We are an Arc shop for the map publication work (although I have been able to get QGIS involved in a few places) and have submitted maps to the ESRI Map Books. We just

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] help with catalog of OGC services

2011-10-03 Thread John Callahan
*** John Callahan, Research Scientist Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware URL: http://www.dgs.udel.edu * On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 1:53 PM, heikki tropic...@gmail.com wrote: dear John, GeoNetwork can do exactly

[OSGeo-Discuss] help with catalog of OGC services

2011-10-02 Thread John Callahan
to local map files? In the end, I'm looking for a way to easily maintain a catalog of OGC services through integrating existing services as much as possible. Thanks for any guidance. - John *** John Callahan, Research Scientist Delaware Geological Survey

[OSGeo-Discuss] format for raster data distribution, JP2?

2011-07-15 Thread John Callahan
, wide support. Is this the best bet? Is there something else out there I'm overlooking? - John *** John Callahan, Research Scientist Delaware Geological Survey University of Delaware URL: http://www.dgs.udel.edu

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] is TileCache alive ?

2010-09-01 Thread John Callahan
I was also just looking into tile caching options and had exactly the same question. It looks like the latest version (2.10) was released back in Jan 2009, and the readme is dated Dec 2007. It would also need to update the use of mod_python, which I read development had stopped a while ago. I

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] RE: New and Noteworthy in OS Geospatial?

2010-09-01 Thread John Callahan
. *** A similar international effort is ONE Geology. I believe its map portal is OpenLayers, the metadata catalog is GeoNetwork, etc... http://www.onegeology.org/ http://portal.onegeology.org/ Hope this helps. - John ** John Callahan

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Open Source vs Closed source

2010-04-15 Thread John Callahan
Paul Ramsey's keynote at FOSS4G 2009 immediately comes to mind. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB_a28vBtBkfeature=related - John ** John Callahan, Geographic Information Scientist Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware URL: http

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] web mapping package

2009-12-28 Thread John Callahan
. bobb John Callahan john.calla...@udel.edu wrote: I'm looking for a web mapping package that can be used to show 15 - 20 datasets at once. These data just need to be turned on/off and maybe an identify/query feature. Data are points, lines, polygons, and rasters (aerial imagery, DEMs

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] web mapping package

2009-12-28 Thread John Callahan
of the existing examples to point to your mapserver cgi and you should be up and running in less than an hour or so... It also integrates well with TMS for raster, and WMS for other... Cheers, Percy Message: 4 Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2009 19:09:55 -0500 From: John Callahan john.calla...@udel.edu Subject: Re

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Desktop metadata management for FOSS4G

2009-06-08 Thread John Callahan
automatically, that would help. - John ** John Callahan Geospatial Application Developer Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware 227 Academy St, Newark DE 19716-7501 Tel: (302) 831-3584 Email: john.calla...@udel.edu http://www.dgs.udel.edu

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Comparision between MapServer/OpenLayers and ESRI ArcIMS

2009-05-28 Thread John Callahan
Products in the Training section.)So, as far as I'm concerned, ArcIMS is dead and everything goes through ArcGIS Server with ESRI. - John Bill Thoen wrote: Thanks for the help folks, especially to John Callahan. That was the best description of the problem with the ESRI solution that I've seen

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Comparision between MapServer/OpenLayers and ESRI ArcIMS

2009-05-26 Thread John Callahan
** John Callahan Geospatial Application Developer Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware 227 Academy St, Newark DE 19716-7501 Tel: (302) 831-3584 Email: john.calla...@udel.edu http://www.dgs.udel.edu ** Bill

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Comparision between MapServer/OpenLayers and ESRI ArcIMS

2009-05-26 Thread John Callahan
** John Callahan Geospatial Application Developer Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware 227 Academy St, Newark DE 19716-7501 Tel: (302) 831-3584 Email: john.calla...@udel.edu http://www.dgs.udel.edu ** Bill Thoen wrote: I need to make

[OSGeo-Discuss] ideas for the U.S. National Dialogue - the Recovery Dialogue on IT Solutions

2009-05-02 Thread John Callahan
) but it's a cool idea nevertheless. To register (for proposing ideas) you will need to include a U.S. zip code. http://www.thenationaldialogue.org/ - John ** John Callahan Geospatial Application Developer Delaware Geological Survey, University

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Can I do the same GIS tasks with OS (as with ESRI)?

2008-04-24 Thread John Callahan
I've been an ESRI user (AV 3.x, ArcGIS 8/9, ArcIMS, ArcGIS Server, ArcSDE) for 12+ years and have recently started exploring FOSS software. And I haven't disagreed with any of the responses so far. You will definitely need multiple programs to do what a single ESRI program can do. IMO, this

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Can I do the same GIS tasks with OS (as with ESRI)?

2008-04-24 Thread John Callahan
A few things... - As you alluded to, it's very easy to create a seamless mosaic, or a raster catalog. And pyramids (overviews) and statistics are created automatically, if you like. The same loading process works if you have a one IMG file at 2 GB, or 100 JPEGs at 100 MB each, or 2000 TIFs