Changeset 6146


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Oct 28, 2010 6:47:10 AM (6 years ago)
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robe
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some cleanup and one more link

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    2828        You can also buy from Amazon now at a significant discount and lock in lowest price sold before publication, but have to wait for the book to come out to receive your copy.
    2929        </para>
     30        <para>Here is a review from a PostGIS Raster user <ulink url="http://fuzzytolerance.info/code/postgis-raster-ftw/">PostGIS raster applied to land classification urban forestry</ulink></para>
    3031      </answer>
    3132   
     
    237238    <qandaentry>
    238239      <question>
    239         <para>How is PostGIS Raster different than the Oracle SDO_GEORASTER and SDO_RASTER types?</para>
    240       </question>
    241 
    242       <answer>
    243         <para>For a more extensive discussion on this topic, check out Jorge Arévalo <ulink url="http://gis4free.wordpress.com/2010/07/19/oracle-georaster-part-i/">Oracle GeoRaster and PostGIS WKT Raster: First impressions </ulink></para>
     240        <para>How is PostGIS Raster different from Oracle GeoRaster (SDO_GEORASTER) and SDO_RASTER types?</para>
     241      </question>
     242
     243      <answer>
     244        <para>For a more extensive discussion on this topic, check out Jorge Arévalo <ulink url="http://gis4free.wordpress.com/2010/07/19/oracle-georaster-part-i/">Oracle GeoRaster and PostGIS Raster: First impressions </ulink></para>
    244245        <para>The major advantage of one-georeference-by-raster over one-georeference-by-layer is to allow:</para>
    245246        <para>* coverages to be not necessarily rectangular (which is often the case of raster coverage covering large extents. See the possible raster arrangements in the documentation)</para>
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