I wrote up how to build a US Census Tract database earlier. However, we all know that data without a way of showing it on a map, is a little sad. So I wrote up the process I used to make it all available on a Google Map. The process involves the use of PostGIS, Mapnik, Node.js and just a smidge of magic. Its a longer post, so i lumped it in with my tutorials. You can go check it out here.

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Observations • Tomer Rockman

STAC it up – A STAC tutorial

In this post we describe the process of taking a federal Canadian dataset and creating a SpatioTemporal Asset Catalog (STAC) using python.

Observations • Gordon Logie

Wildfires and Flood Damage

A data-backed research project examining linkages between the wildfires and subsequent flood damages that occurred in BC, 2021.

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Observations • Darren Wiens

Using Mobile LiDAR to Create 3D Models

As a geospatial developer, a lot of what I do revolves around describing the physical world in a digital way. There are many ways to do this. Consider…

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