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GIS applied to Municipality Management: Module 6 ‘Add-ons manager’

The video of the sixth module is now available, in which we are going to talk about the Add-ons manager. Each version of gvSIG carries a large number of extensions and symbol libraries that are not installed by default in … Continue reading

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gvSIG 2.0: Add-ons manager

One of the most new and useful functionalities in gvSIG 2.0 would be the Add-ons manager, even though a first version was already available in gvSIG 1.12. The main advantages of the new Add-ons manager are: Add-ons can be updated … Continue reading

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Towards gvSIG 2.5: New Column manager

For the new gvSIG 2.5 version several parts have had to be redone to take advantage of the full potential of the gvSIG novelties right now. One of these parts that we have redone is the Column Manager. The Column … Continue reading

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GIS applied to Municipality Management: Module 8.1 ‘Creation of point layers from tables (Geocoding: Points from a table with addresses)’

The first video of the eighth module is now available, in which we will show how to create point layers from a table. In this first case we will speak about geocoding, creating a point shapefile from a table with … Continue reading

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Learning GIS with Game of Thrones (XV and last): Add-ons installing

We are going to dedicate this last post to the “Add-ons manager”, a tool that every gvSIG Desktop user should know. The add-ons manager is a tool that allows to customize gvSIG, installing new extensions, functional ones as well as … Continue reading

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Learning GIS with Game of Thrones (I): Adding data to a project

This series of posts will try to show how to learn to use a GIS without previous knowledge and through several practical exercises. To make learning entertaining we are going to use a series of layers related to Game of … Continue reading

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Converting a table of addresses to a point layer using gvSIG 2.x

At this post we are going to see a new utility of the geopy library, where we’ll see how to convert a table with addresses to a point layer in gvSIG. The addresses will be searched in Google Maps, so … Continue reading

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gvSIG 2.0: OpenStreetMap, adding new servers

One of the small but important improvements that have been included in gvSIG 2.0 is, in our opinion, the access to the excellent data source that OpenStreetMap is. The extension, that was recently released, can be installed easily from the … Continue reading

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gvSIG 2.0: Additional feature for managing CRS

In early versions of gvSIG a support of CRS (Coordinate Reference System) was developed with basic functions and definitions. This implementation allows the user to select the reference system based on the datum, projection and time zone. However it has … Continue reading

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Towards gvSIG 2.5: Quick access to Snapping tools

We show you another novelty of the new gvSIG Desktop version that will make the editing tasks easy through quick access to the Snapping or reference to objects configuration in a layer. The window that allows you to configure the … Continue reading

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