Category Archives: gvSIG Desktop

GIS applied to Municipality Management: Module 13 ‘Layouts’

The video of the thirteenth module is now available, in which we will show how to create maps with the geographic information that we have in our views. The layout will be the document that we can print, or export … Continue reading

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Recording of webinar on “gvSIG Suite: open source software for geographic information management in agriculture” is now available

If you weren’t be able to follow the webinar on “gvSIG Suite: open source software for geographic information management in agriculture”, organized by GODAN and gvSIG Association, you can watch the recording now at the gvSIG Youtube channel: The webinar … Continue reading

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GIS applied to Municipality Management: Module 12 ‘Geoprocessing’

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, … Continue reading

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Asociación gvSIG participará en el ILoveFS 2018

Por tercer año consecutivo Datalab organiza en MediaLab Prado el IloveFS18, un espacio de demostración de cariño y amor al Software Libre, como no, el 13 y el 14 de febrero. La Asociación gvSIG estará presente mostrando que el SIG … Continue reading

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GIS applied to Municipality Management: Module 11 ‘Reprojecting vector layers’

The video of the eleventh module is now available, in which we will show how to reproject vector layers. Sometimes municipalities need external geographic information to work, for example cartography published by another administration, such as regional or national. That … Continue reading

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GIS applied to Municipality Management: Module 10 ‘How to convert cartography from CAD to GIS’

The video of the tenth module is now available, in which we will show how to load and manage cartography in CAD format on gvSIG. Many municipalities have their geographic information in CAD format, and in many cases there’s an … Continue reading

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Adding new colour tables in gvSIG Desktop, more options to represent our data

The colour tables are used in gvSIG Desktop to represent both raster data (for example, a Digital Elevation Model) and vector data (they can be applied in legends such as unique values or heat maps). By default gvSIG Desktop has … Continue reading

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Añadir nuevas tablas de color a gvSIG Desktop, ampliando las opciones para representar nuestros datos

Las tablas de color se utilizan en gvSIG Desktop tanto para representar datos ráster (por ejemplo, un Modelo Digital del Terreno) como para representar datos vectoriales (se pueden aplicar en leyendas como la de valores únicos o en la de … Continue reading

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Sentilo and gvSIG: Agreement to collaborate

We are pleased to announce that Sentilo and gvSIG communities have reached an agreement to collaborate closely in order to make it easier for users, partners and developers of both communities to deploy an integrated sensor platform and a Geographic … Continue reading

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Cambiando el ‘look and feel’ de gvSIG Desktop en un par de pasos

En alguna ocasión me han preguntado por cómo poder cambiar la apariencia que viene ‘de serie’ de gvSIG Desktop. La verdad es que siempre ha habido algunas opciones, aunque desconocidas para la mayoría de los usuarios. Con la versión 2.4 … Continue reading

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