Riccardo Klinger

Riccardo Klinger

works at the consultant agency geolicious, Germany. He likes Central Asia and uses GIS and other IT stuff to create beautiful ways to communicate spatial data

  • Share your results with qgis2leaf

    As we are often use geodata and analyse, store them or visualize them using a GIS we depend somehow on the person on the other side to understand how a GIS functions or how to use the GIS. A webmap- like the well know google maps- is therefore an easy way to communicate your data and results. But creating a webmap is not always a funny thing to do as we are more geoscientists than programmers. QGIS2leaf for QGIS is a great plugin for creating a basic webmap. more

  • QGIS 2.0 released – watch out ESRI!

    Working on spatial data is the key feature of being a geoscientist and a lot of this work is done using ArcGIS from ESRI. QGIS was always an alternative especially looking at the costs of a full ESRI license. But when it comes to “making maps” QGIS was always behind ArcGIS in map formatting and export. The map composer was more or less … ugly and not state of the art. more

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