The video of the twelfth module is now available, in which we will see the geoprocessing tools in gvSIG.
gvSIG has more than 350 geoprocesses, both for raster and vector layers, which allow us to perform different types of analysis, for example to obtain the optimal areas to locate a specific type of infrastructure.
Using the geoprocesses that are available in gvSIG we can create buffers for example, to calculate, among other things, the roads or railways rights of way. Then an intersection can be applied with a layer of parcels to obtain which part of each parcel should be expropriated. We can also make hydrological analysis, merge layers…
The cartography to follow this video can be downloaded from this link.
Here you have the videotutorial of this new module:
- Module 1: Differences between GIS and CAD
- Module 2: Introduction to reference systems
- Module 3: Views, layers, symbology, labelling
- Module 4.1: Attribute tables (alphanumeric information)
- Module 4.2: Attribute tables (joining tables)
- Module 5.1: Web services (Introduction to SDI)
- Module 5.2: Web services (Loading web services from gvSIG)
- Module 5.3: Web services (Non-standard services)
- Module 6: Add-ons manager
- Module 7.1: Editing (new layers, graphical and alphanumeric editing)
- Module 7.2: Editing (Derivative geometries)
- Module 8.1: Creation of point layers from tables (Geocoding: Points from a table with addresses)
- Module 8.2: Creation of point layers from tables (Event layers)
- Module 9: Hyperlink
- Module 10: How to convert cartography from CAD to GIS
- Module 11: Reprojecting vector layers