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Desktop GIS for Linux, a series
2008-01-28 21:36:32 - by Nicolas Malevé

The Linux Journal is publishing the first issue of a series about Linux and GIS desktop publishing.

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The Udig software

Thanks, Eric!

Exxon secrets
2008-01-17 20:43:34 - by Nicolas Malevé

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Exxon Secrets

Exxon secrets is a project by Greenpeace that documents Exxon-Mobil’s funding of climate change skeptics. It displays a network graph connecting the different organizations that receive funding from Exxon-Mobil and their spokespeople.

theinfo.org
2008-01-17 20:36:32 - by Nicolas Malevé

Theinfo.org is «a site for large data sets and the people who love them: the scrapers and crawlers who collect them, the academics and geeks who process them, the designers and artists who visualize them. It’s a place where they can exchange tips and tricks, develop and share tools together, and begin to integrate their particular projects.»

They maintain, among others, a section about Vizualisations. Worth visiting.