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ricckli
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12/30/12 10:57 AM
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Dear Sean,


For the purpose of your project I would recommend to use QGIS for creation of layers (shape file and rasters). QGIS can use a lot of the mentioned functionalities of GRASS as it has a GRASS-plugin.


For serving the shapes and rasters online in a webmap I would use geoserver to serve them as a wms (web mapping service) and consume it on the same machine with openlayers.


we have a lot of content regarding this:


http://www.digital-geography.com/tag/openlayers/


http://www.digital-geography.com/tag/qgis/


you may find a good overlook here: http://www.digital-geography.com/types-of-web-maps-concepts-and-possibilities/


 


best wishes, riccardo






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*Open Source GIS? Recommendations sean2me   10/21/11 10:54 PM
.*Re: Open Source GIS? Recommendations ricckli   12/30/12 10:57 AM
.*Re: Open Source GIS? Recommendations jmd1975   11/11/11 06:00 PM
.*Re: Open Source GIS? Recommendations WebGISSystem   04/29/13 08:06 AM
.*Re: Open Source GIS? Recommendations neilgcrisp   11/10/11 03:36 PM
.*Re: Open Source GIS? Recommendations CdnGISProf   11/09/11 08:50 AM
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