[ESIP-all] Summer ESIP - Geospatial vector formats
ldi at gmu.edu
Thu May 7 15:07:35 EDT 2015
OGC GML is widely used for encoding vector data.
On 5/7/2015 2:21 PM, Allan Doyle via ESIP-all wrote:
> The ESO (ESDIS Standards Office) would like to gather information
> about what kinds of data formats are being used within the
> Earth science community for geospatial vector data.
> Some of the formats we’ve heard most about recently are ESRI
> Shapefiles and GeoJSON. There are probably others in use by members
> of this email list.
> At the ESIP Summer meetings, the ESO will be hosting a 1/2 day session
> focusing on developing standards. One of the topics we will explore
> is the use of geospatial vector data. Please contact us
> at eso-staff at lists.nasa.gov <mailto:staff at lists.nasa.gov> or Allan at
> adoyle at intl-interfaces.com <mailto:adoyle at intl-interfaces.com> if
> you’d be interested in participating in discussion on this topic.
> Also let us know if you’d be willing to do a brief presentation on
> your (or your organization’s) use/needs/opinions on the topic.
> Allan Doyle
> Yonsook Enloe
> Helen Conover
> eso-staff at lists.nasa.gov <mailto:staff at lists.nasa.gov>
> ESIP-all mailing list
> ESIP-all at lists.esipfed.org
Liping Di, Ph.D
Professor and Director
Center for Spatial Information Science and Systems (CSISS)
George Mason University
4400 University Drive, MS 6E1
Fairfax, VA 22030
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