Tag Archives: Web Mapping

Update on a side project

This is the first in a series of posts about a side project I’ve been developing and maintaining for the past few years. This introduction will be accompanied by subsequent posts dealing with the technical, commitment, and emotional issues associated … Continue reading

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Changing Landscapes: Final Thoughts

I stuck to this schedule because any project without clearly defined goals and time lines are doomed to mediocrity. You can only exceed expectations if you have them in the first place. Continue reading

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Projects featured on Rowan’s home page

I’m proud to say that I now have two articles written about my work that have been featured on the Rowan University home page. Most recently, Mapping the Guard (still on the home page) was posted, detailing the great work … Continue reading

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Presentation on OS GIS at MAC URISA

Yesterday, I gave an introduction to open source GIS at MAC URISA. As the meeting was about Internet-enabled GIS, I focused on server-side software. I’ve made the presentation available on SlideShare and available as a download from my website. Here’s … Continue reading

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The Advent of All-knowing Point Maps

Using Google Maps isn’t what’s important. Making sure your map delivers its intended message is essential. Continue reading

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Web Mapping featured on Rowan’s homepage

Currently on Rowan’s homepage is an article on the Geography Department‘s work on bring GIS to the greater university community. The article focuses on our recent web mapping work; specifically the Land Use Change viewer and NJ State Atlas.  I’m … Continue reading

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Geography of Luck – NJ Lottery winners mapped

I recently requested from the NJ Lottery a list of all the big prize winners, from 1988 to 2008. The winner’s location information is reported by ZIP Code, so I now have a map of the winners plotted out across … Continue reading

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Highlands Mapping added to NJ State Atlas

The Highlands Land Use Capability Zone Map has been added to the Smart Growth Locator on NJ State Atlas. This update also incorporates the changes to the State Plan map from the end of December 2008. This is a minor … Continue reading

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New Jersey State Atlas Updated: Topo Maps

I just recently updated NJ State Atlas with a USGS Topo Map mashup. It’s a pretty simple, straightforward application. I’m pretty pleased with it, as it’s part of a larger upgrade on the site: now, the State Plan Map, Land … Continue reading

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MapMPG, ESRI’s practical BusinessMap demo

ESRI recently unveiled MapMPG, a demostration site using BusinessMap and ArcGIS Server with a Flex front end. It allows you to choose a point and visualize the range two different car makes could travel on one gallon of gas. It’s … Continue reading

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