Revolution and GeoInfomatics
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Tue May 9 12:46:10 EDT 2006
Chris Condit wrote:
> For those of you interested in maps in general, I've been developing
> a "Dynamic Digital Map" template using Revolution (see
> http://ddm.geo.umass.edu for downloads & info), and will be giving a
> talk at the U.S. Geological Survey and National Science Foundation -
> sponsored Geoinfomatics meeting this Thursday 11 May, along with a
> colleague Mike Williams (sure glad I'm before, and not after Mike -
> he's a hell of a speaker).
> The talks will be webcast at:
> Thursday, May 11 2006
> Morning Sessions
> 9:40 - 12:00
> Concurrent session 2: Geologic mapping and databases, Visitor Center
> Chair: Peter Lyttle, U.S. Geological Survey
> 10:40 - 11:00
> Christopher Condit
> Dept. Geosciences, Univ. Massachusetts-Amherst
> Dynamic Digital Maps: An Open-Source Tool to Distribute Maps, Data,
> Articles and Multi-Media as an Integrated Stand-alone Cross-platform
> Package via the Web and CD/DVD for Use in Research, Teaching and
> Archiving Information
> 11:00 - 11:20
Congratulations. Great gig!
Wish I could make it -- sounds like a good time.
Good going! DDM is a wonderful tool.
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