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32:08 FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) English 2013

Processing Data In GeoServer With WPS And SQL Views

This presentation will provide the attendee with an introduction to data processing in GeoServer by means of WPS, rendering transformations and SQL views. We will start by a brief introduction to GeoServer WPS capabilities, showing how to build processing request based on existing processes and how to build new processes leveraging scripting languages, and introducing unique GeoServer integration features, showing how processing can seamlessly integrate directly in the GeoServer data sources and complement existing services. The presentation will move on showing how to integrate on the fly processing in WMS requests, achieving high performance data displays of heatmaps, point interpolation and contour line extraction without having to pre-process the data in advance, and allowing the caller to interactively choose processing parameters. While the above shows how to make GeoSever perform the processing, the analytics abilities of spatial databases are not to be forgotten, the presentation will move on showing how certain classes of processing can be achieved directly in the database. Eventually, the presentation will close with some guidance on how to choose the best processing approach depending on the application needs, data volumes and frequency of update, mentioning also the possibly to leverage GeoServer own processes from batch tools such as GeoBatch. At the end the attendee will be able to easily issue WPS requests both for Vectors and Rasters to GeoServer trhough the WPS Demo Builder, enrich SLDs with awesome on-the-fly rendering transformations and play with virtal SQL views in order to create dynamic layers.
  • Published: 2013
  • Publisher: FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
  • Language: English
28:12 FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) English 2013

Advanced Cartographic Map Rendering In GeoServer

Various software can style maps and generate a proper SLD document for OGC compliant WMS like GeoServer to use. However, in most occasions, the styling allowed by the graphical tools is pretty limited and not good enough to achieve good looking, readable and efficient cartographic output. Topics that will be covered are as follows: - Mastering multi-scale styling, choosing the appropriate style and content for the various map scales - Using GeoServer extensions to build common hatch patterns - Line styling beyond the basics, such as cased lines, controlling symbols along a line and the way they repeat - Leveraging TTF symbol fonts and SVGs to generate good looking point thematic maps, line and fill patterns - Use the full power of GeoServer label lay-outing tools to build pleasant, informative maps on both point, polygon and line layers, including adding road plates to your map - Leverage the labelling subsystem conflict resolution engine to avoid overlaps in stand alone point symbology - Blending charts into a map - Dynamically transform data during rendering to get more explicative maps without the need to pre-process a large amount of views, such as on the fly contours extraction, heat maps, and wind maps from raster data - Leverage the analitic power of spatial databases to build dynamic thematic maps based on SQL views - Perform cross layer filtering and parametrize it to perform informative cross layer containment and neighborhood searches. The presentation aims to provide the attendees with enough information to master SLD documents allowing him to produce amazingly looking maps on his own. At the end of the presentation the SLD will no longer be cartographer's enemy.
  • Published: 2013
  • Publisher: FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
  • Language: English
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