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June 3, 2007 / Steven Pousty

My Lightning talk

So I gave a lightning talk about building an OpenSource stack to move beyond collecting spatial data and putting pushpins on a map. I just showed a bunch of web pages of my dream stack being integrated into a platform for deriving spatial knowledge

Here are the links I used:
Started with some local pages that are really not important…

Data mining – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Decision support system – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Role of Business Intelligence in Knowledge Management
Business Intelligence Network delivers business intelligence, data warehousing and analytics resources provided by Claudia Imhoff, Bill Inmon and other experts. Additional topics include data quality, data integration, CRM, data marts, data mining, business performance management, BPM, data modeling, enterprise application management, ERP, RFID, storage, supply chain and others.
PostGIS : Home
PostGIS spatial database extension for PostgreSQL.
OpenJUMP
GeoServer
OpenLayers: Home
World Wind JAVA SDK
GeoVISTA Studio Project
Pentaho Open Source Business Intelligence: Product Overview
Pentaho Open Source Business Intelligence: Dashboards
Processing 1.0 (BETA)
Processing is an electronic sketchbook for developing
ideas. It is a context for learning fundamentals of computer programming
within the context of the electronic arts.
The R Project for Statistical Computing
The Omega Project for Statistical Computing
GRASS GIS – The World Leading Free Software GIS
GRASS GIS (Geographic Resources Analysis Support System) is an open source,
free software (FOSS) Geographical Information System (GIS) with raster, topological
vector, image processing, and visualization functionality
MASON Multiagent Simulation Toolkit
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