We love leaflet. In fact we have done some great projects with this nice little piece of code like our job-map. As I’ve checked the news from leaflet: they have released version 0.7 into the wilderness of the internet. So what’s new?
< p align=”justify”>Digital elevation models (DEMs) exist today for the entire globe with consistent quality. Improvements in sensors and data processing give a clue that in the future elevation data will be available in even better spatial resolution and accuracy. Discovering the richness of information inherent in DEMs should thus be supported by good software. Here, I want to give a brief account of TopoToolbox 2, the second version of a MATLAB toolbox for exploring and analyzing DEMs. Dirk Scherler from Caltech and I have been working on many changes to the previous version to make TopoToolbox faster, more memory…
As I came across this short post about image classification in QGIS I was surprised to see this first line: “For this, Unsupervised KMeans image classification module from OTB has been used.” I haven’t heard about OTB and its usage in QGIS so I was curious.
Sometimes you need not a merge but maybe best of both worlds. Therefore using the union function in ArcGIS is easy and straightforward. I would like to show you how to do that: