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This page includes links to blogs, library webpages, and forums of GIS and DVA developers. Keep checking back, as we plan to add more, or if you have a good resource, please let us know by posting on the discussion board page, or sending an email to Miriam Deutch.
Brooklyn College Library GIS
Free and Open GIS Ramblings
Free and Open Source GIS Ramblings
Written by Anita Graser aka "Underdark", an instructor in QGIS at the Austrian Institute of Technology, Free and Open Source GIS Ramblings is a blog that gives many examples of QGIS and other open source platforms in action.
This website is meant to help illuminate resources and policies related to open data in New York City. It contains the
City Record Online, (CROL) is a fully searchable database for all the notices contained in the City Record newspaper – including schedules for public hearings, land-sales, and contract awards. All this data is now also available for download on the Open Data Portal, increasing New Yorkers access to important government information. On July 15, Mayor Bill de Blasio released Open Data for All, the annual update to the NYC Open Data Plan. As required by Local Law 11 of 2012, each City entity must identify and ultimately publish all of its digital public data for citywide aggregation and publication by 2018.
The National Historical Geographic Information System (NHGIS) provides, free of charge, aggregate census data and GIS-compatible boundary files for the United States between 1790 and 2014.
The GIS Lounge
The GIS Lounge on Open GIS
The GIS Lounge is a forum for GIS developers in proprietary as well as Open Source GIS and Freeware GIS Applications.
IQuantNYC: Quantitative Analysis of NYC Open Data