web mapping

Finding Pleasant Routes Using GIS

Mark Altaweel

GIS is being to used to plan pedestrian routes not based on the fastest way but centered on finding the quietest, shadiest, or most pleasant paths.

OpenRouteService’s ‘Quiet Routing’ Creates a Less Stressful Route for Pedestrians

GIS Contributor

Prof. Dr. Alexander Zipf introduces OpenRouteService's experimental routing option 'Quiet Routing' which guides pedestrian travel around noisy urban areas.

A screenshot of an interactive map viewer.

WMS Map Viewer

GIS Contributor

WMS Map Viewer, developed by Pantelis Rodis, is a http/JavaScript application for visualizing, combining and indexing web maps.

Figure 1: Interactive desktop and web based dashboard showing trend analysis in months of HIV-AIDS and Malaria preventions and treatment services coverage.

Using an Interactive Web and Desktop Based Spatial Technology to Monitor Performance of Public Health Outcome in Developing Countries

GIS Contributor

FGIS (FHI Geographical Information System) is browser-based interactive data visualization and mapping application that runs on the FHI360 Nigeria intranet, an online resource that serves as a common framework for sharing geographic resources about FHI360 programs in Nigeria.

A Web Mapping Tutorial for Beginners

GIS Contributor

This tutorial by Ardit Sulce guides users through how to create a web map using QGIS.

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