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MAPPING [message #495787] Thu, 05 November 2009 23:24 Go to next message
Jazz  is currently offline Jazz
Messages: 4
Registered: October 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

I am new to stem and can not figure out how to make my own map. There are already made models of countries and so on, however, how do I make my own map? Where do I start? Is there a step-by-step manuel? The "help"manuel on STEM does not say anything on customizing my own canonical map. Any suggestions or answers would be great.
Re: MAPPING [message #495877 is a reply to message #495787] Fri, 06 November 2009 08:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
Messages: 25919
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Jazz,

I've redirected your question to the stem newsgroup.


Jazz wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am new to stem and can not figure out how to make my own map. There
> are already made models of countries and so on, however, how do I make
> my own map? Where do I start? Is there a step-by-step manuel? The
> "help"manuel on STEM does not say anything on customizing my own
> canonical map. Any suggestions or answers would be great.
Re: MAPPING [message #495885 is a reply to message #495877] Fri, 06 November 2009 09:02 Go to previous message
Daniel Ford is currently offline Daniel Ford
Messages: 138
Registered: July 2009
Location: New York
Senior Member
Jazz,
it is possible to develop your own maps. Currently, it requires one to
supply lat/long data for inclusion in a "geography" plugin. The format is
GML. Each node in a STEM graph has Dublin Core Metadata, the "spatial"
attribute of the metadata is used to contain a URI that points to the
appropriate GML file for that node.

Dan

Ed Merks wrote:
> Jazz,
>
> I've redirected your question to the stem newsgroup.
>
>
> Jazz wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am new to stem and can not figure out how to make my own map. There
>> are already made models of countries and so on, however, how do I make
>> my own map? Where do I start? Is there a step-by-step manuel? The
>> "help"manuel on STEM does not say anything on customizing my own
>> canonical map. Any suggestions or answers would be great.
Re: MAPPING [message #618280 is a reply to message #495787] Fri, 06 November 2009 08:39 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
Messages: 25919
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Jazz,

I've redirected your question to the stem newsgroup.


Jazz wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am new to stem and can not figure out how to make my own map. There
> are already made models of countries and so on, however, how do I make
> my own map? Where do I start? Is there a step-by-step manuel? The
> "help"manuel on STEM does not say anything on customizing my own
> canonical map. Any suggestions or answers would be great.
Re: MAPPING [message #618281 is a reply to message #495877] Fri, 06 November 2009 09:02 Go to previous message
Daniel Ford is currently offline Daniel Ford
Messages: 138
Registered: July 2009
Location: New York
Senior Member
Jazz,
it is possible to develop your own maps. Currently, it requires one to
supply lat/long data for inclusion in a "geography" plugin. The format is
GML. Each node in a STEM graph has Dublin Core Metadata, the "spatial"
attribute of the metadata is used to contain a URI that points to the
appropriate GML file for that node.

Dan

Ed Merks wrote:
> Jazz,
>
> I've redirected your question to the stem newsgroup.
>
>
> Jazz wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am new to stem and can not figure out how to make my own map. There
>> are already made models of countries and so on, however, how do I make
>> my own map? Where do I start? Is there a step-by-step manuel? The
>> "help"manuel on STEM does not say anything on customizing my own
>> canonical map. Any suggestions or answers would be great.
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