Changes between Version 125 and Version 126 of WKTRaster


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Jun 14, 2010, 1:28:08 AM (10 years ago)
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pracine
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    2626<B>What's new about WKT Raster?</B><BR><BR>
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    28 <I>June 11, 2010</I><BR><B>A tutorial and a book!</B><BR>The <A href=http://www.manning.com/obe/>PostGIS in Action</A> chapter on PostGIS WKT Raster is out! Thanks to Regina Obe and Leo Hsu, there is already a good amount of literature on WKT Raster and this makes WKT Raster to be a little bit more in the PostGIS family. Pierre Racine has also written <A href=http://trac.osgeo.org/postgis/wiki/WKTRasterTutorial01> a tutorial on how to import and intersect a huge raster coverage with a vector coverage</A>. Your raster coverage is huge and you can't work with it in most GIS platform? Give a try to WKT Raster. You will be amazed by the simplicity and the speed of the intersection functions. Good reading!<BR><BR>
     28<I>June 11, 2010</I><BR><B>A tutorial and a book!</B><BR>The <A href=http://www.manning.com/obe/>PostGIS in Action</A> chapter on PostGIS WKT Raster is out! Thanks to Regina Obe and Leo Hsu, there is already a good amount of literature on WKT Raster and this makes WKT Raster to be a little bit more in the PostGIS family. Pierre Racine has also written <A href=http://trac.osgeo.org/postgis/wiki/WKTRasterTutorial01> a tutorial on how to import and intersect a huge raster coverage with a vector coverage</A>. Your raster coverage is huge and you can't work with it in your favorite GIS platform? Read the tutorial! You will be amazed by the simplicity and the speed of the intersection functions. Good reading!<BR><BR>
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    3030<I>February 22, 2010</I><BR><B>A third company join the WKT Raster team!</B><BR>The award-winning GIS software development firm, <A href=http://www.avencia.com>Avencia</A>, specializing in web-based geographic analysis, visualization and modeling applications, decided to invest in WKT Raster development. The company sent David Zwarg and Jeff Adams to <A href=http://blog.cleverelephant.ca/2010/02/nyc-sprint-day-1.html>the Code Sprint 2010 in NY</A>. Jeff worked on PostGIS and David helped with many WKT Raster base functions. David committed himself to work on many other WKT Raster functions in the near future. His main task will be to design and implement the ST_MapAlgebra() and the ST_Resample() functions. Welcome David!<BR><BR>