Category Archives: english

4th gvSIG festival: Free registration is now open

Free registration period for the 4th gvSIG Festival is now open. The gvSIG Festival is an online conference about gvSIG that will be held in March 27th and 28th. This year we made a special appeal to the group of … Continue reading

Posted in english, events | Tagged | 1 Comment

Loading GPX files on gvSIG Desktop and gvSIG Mobile

Sometimes we need to visualize GPX files obtained with GPS devices. These files can be used to describe waypoints, tracks and routes. Both with gvSIG Desktop (on Windows, Linux and Mac) and with gvSIG Mobile (on Android) you can load … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Desktop, gvSIG Mobile | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Towards gvSIG 2.5: New geoprocess, Aoristic Clock by grid

In previous posts we spoke (Aoristic clock, Ring map and Grid by point density) about a series of geoprocesses related to criminology made together with Jaume I University (UJI). These geoprocesses can be used in different sectors, not exclusively related … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Crime, gvSIG Desktop | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Towards gvSIG 2.5: New geoprocess, Aoristic Clock

In previous posts we spoke (Ring map and Grid by point density) about a series of geoprocesses related to criminology made together with Jaume I University (UJI). These geoprocesses can be used in different sectors, not exclusively related to criminology. … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Crime, gvSIG Desktop | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Coordinate capture tool utilities in gvSIG

In certain gvSIG tools it is necessary to enter coordinates as input parameters. For example in graphical editing, in geoprocessing (Visibility and lighting geoprocesses such as “Visibility” or “Line of sight”, or some tools for hydrological analysis such as “Flow … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Desktop | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Towards gvSIG 2.5: Listing layers at the Table of Contents

One of the most used components in a GIS is the Table of Contents, also known as TOC. All the layers of a View are listed at the Table of Contents, and the legend with which the entities of each … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Desktop, testing | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Towards gvSIG 2.5: New OSM map servers

Surely most of you know the OpenStreetMap (OSM) cartography, and almost certainly you have used it in some of your projects with gvSIG Desktop. Now we have added three new servers to the great number of OSM servers that were … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Desktop, testing | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Towards gvSIG 2.5: New geoprocess, Grid by point density

In the previous post we talked about a series of geoprocesses related to criminology made together with Jaume I University (UJI). These geoprocesses can be used in different fields, not exclusively in criminology. Now we are going to show the … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Crime, gvSIG Desktop | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Towards gvSIG 2.5: Fields importer

We continue with a new feature of the next gvSIG Desktop version. In this post we will show you how the new tool to import fields works. Thanks to it you can import the fields that you want from one … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Desktop | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Towards gvSIG 2.5: New geoprocess, Ring map

In the last gvSIG Conferences we talked about a series of geoprocess created for criminology developed with Universidad Jaume I (UJI). You can see the video here (in spanish, if you have any question you can write directly to us … Continue reading

Posted in english, gvSIG Crime, gvSIG Desktop | Tagged | 4 Comments