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== Atendance ==
 
== Atendance ==
* Attending: Skip, Percy, Christian, Sean, Darryl, Tim, Eli
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* Attending: Skip, Percy, Christian, Sean, Darrell, Tim, Eli, _______
  
 
== Announcements ==
 
== Announcements ==
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* Tool to explore bioregions  
 
* Tool to explore bioregions  
 
* Various factors (Tempurature, precipitation, language, etc) used as user defined input to model
 
* Various factors (Tempurature, precipitation, language, etc) used as user defined input to model
* GRASS is the backend for the model
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* GRASS is the backend for the model.  Based on wrapper of GRASS that makes shell calls. 
 
* Model returns bioregion based on least-cost analysis
 
* Model returns bioregion based on least-cost analysis
 
* User can refine parameters
 
* User can refine parameters
 
* Can edit, move, refine, share results
 
* Can edit, move, refine, share results
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* Once bioregion is defined, reports are available (Climate Change, Socio-economic, Natural hazards) done with PostGIS
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* Working with Global datasets for analysis was a challenge
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* Probably rebrand MarineMap as a general purpose spatial platform sometime in the future
  
 
=== Demo II - eCatch ===
 
=== Demo II - eCatch ===

Revision as of 18:50, 24 August 2011

PDX-OSGEO OpenSourcery, NW Portland Wed August 24th, 2011

Atendance

  • Attending: Skip, Percy, Christian, Sean, Darrell, Tim, Eli, _______

Announcements

Demos

Demo I – bioregion and convening

  • Simple: very stripped down MarineMap
  • Tool to explore bioregions
  • Various factors (Tempurature, precipitation, language, etc) used as user defined input to model
  • GRASS is the backend for the model. Based on wrapper of GRASS that makes shell calls.
  • Model returns bioregion based on least-cost analysis
  • User can refine parameters
  • Can edit, move, refine, share results
  • Once bioregion is defined, reports are available (Climate Change, Socio-economic, Natural hazards) done with PostGIS
  • Working with Global datasets for analysis was a challenge
  • Probably rebrand MarineMap as a general purpose spatial platform sometime in the future

Demo II - eCatch

  • Mobile

Reports back