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Mastering PostGIS: Modern ways to create, analyze, and implement spatial data

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Mastering PostGIS: Modern ways to create, analyze, and implement spatial data
Mastering PostGIS: Modern ways to create, analyze, and implement spatial data
English | Size: 373.77 MB
Category: E-Books

PostGIS is open source extension onf PostgreSQL object-relational database system that allows GIS objects to be stored and allows querying for information and location services. The aim of this book is to help you master the functionalities offered by PostGIS- from data creation, analysis and output, to ETL and live edits.
The book begins with an overview of the key concepts related to spatial database systems and how it applies to Spatial RMDS. You will learn to load different formats into your Postgres instance, investigate the spatial nature of your raster data, and finally export it using built-in functionalities or 3th party tools for backup or representational purposes.
Through the course of this book, you will be presented with many examples on how to interact with the database using j
72;vascript and Node.js. Sample web-based applications interacting with backend PostGIS will also be presented throughout the book, so you can get comfortable with the modern ways of consuming and modifying your spatial data.
What You Will Learn

Refresh your knowledge of the PostGIS concepts and spatial databases

Solve spatial problems with the use of SQL in real-world scenarios

Practical walkthroughs of application development examples using Postgis, GeoServer and OpenLayers.

Extract, transform and load your spatial data

Expose data directly or through web services.

Consume your data in both desktop and web clients
Dominik Mikiewicz
Dominik Mikiewicz is a senior GIS consultant and the owner of one-person software shop Cartomatic. When not coding, he spends time with wife and kids, trying to make the little ones enjoy mountain trekking. He is also a long-distance cycling and running enthusiast.
Michal Mackiewicz
Michal Mackiewicz has been working as a software engineer at GIS Support for five years. His main job is to orchestrate various open source geospatial components and creating application-specific GIS systems. PostgreSQL and PostGIS are among his favorite tools, and are used in almost every project. Apart from developing, he also runs PostGIS training courses. When not at work, he volunteers for OpenStreetMap and a local railway preservation society.
Tomasz Nycz
Tomasz Nycz is a geographer and cartographer. He initiated the implementation of GIS in the State Fire Service units in Poland. He works with recognized GIS companies in the emergency management industry. In practice, he uses QGIS and PostGIS. He has been an OpenStreetMap contributor for years. He also develops his scientific interests in the use of new technologies in geomorphology and remote sensing. He is also an avid drone pilot and mountain explorer.
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