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New data structures in Ilwis-objects

September 28th, 2015 @ 09:39 by Martin Schouwenburg
Posted in Communities, ILWIS

One of the goals with Ilwis-objects was to update our data structures. The IWLIS 3 design is servicable, but these days things like multi spectral data, spatial temporal data sets, multi-dimensional feature sets are more common than when ILWIS 3 was designed. Not only the data structures for the data sources needed an upgrade, but also the supporting objects like domains and representations. (more…)

The Data Panel

September 21st, 2015 @ 08:40 by Martin Schouwenburg
Posted in Communities, ILWIS

Apart from some decoration around it, the main Ilwis4 window has two parts: the workbench and the data panel. The workbench has been discussed, so this time I want to show some things about the data panel. The data panel is where, as the name implies, all the data is. Maps, tables, catalogs etc., the data panel is where they are rendered. In ILWIS 3, such a thing didn’t exist. The main window had a side bar for things like navigation and operations and an MDI (multiple device interface) part for all the folders that you want to access. Apart from the fact that MDI is considered to be old fashioned these days, the framework we use simply doesn’t have it. So another solution had to be found. (more…)

The Workbench

September 7th, 2015 @ 09:04 by Martin Schouwenburg
Posted in Communities, ILWIS

A few weeks ago I showed some screen shots of what the new Ilwis4, at least the main window, looks like. Today I want to focus on the starting point for many actions and information sources – the workbench. (more…)

Integration of Ilwis-objects in Python

August 31st, 2015 @ 08:40 by Martin Schouwenburg
Posted in Communities, ILWIS

ilwisobjectsgeneralLast week I showed some (very) limited snap shots of the new user interface for Ilwis4. But the user interface is just one part of the Ilwis-objects framework. In fact, it isn’t the first major “client” we wrote for the framework. The first thing we did after the major parts of the core of the framework were written was write a Python interface. (more…)

WPS-Ilwis Bridge – Final Post

August 27th, 2015 @ 11:20 by Aron Karolyi
Posted in Communities, Geoprocessing, GSoC, ILWIS

The goal of this Google Summer of Code project was to create a bridge between Ilwis-objects and the 52°North WPS by adding Ilwis-objects as a processing backend. With this WPS extension, users can carry out ILWIS commands on a remote server via the WPS service interface.

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