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Seeing is Believing - Design to Communicate with GIS
Transcript of Seeing is Believing - Design to Communicate with GIS
milos pelikan: firstname.lastname@example.org
x direction X 0.5
y direction X 10
Cube L01751 Location
(profile & Planar GIS are linked)
being able to create
that can be used in
compacting multiple raster surfaces
into one database and from this create
detailed 3d visualisations
was generated by
that can produce
x-sections as required
used in any GIS/Web mapping system
As a vector dataset they can be loaded, queried and visualised using any GIS system (this is data!)
A profile of groundwater recharge
Single Line X-sections
Spinal and Rib (fence) X-sections
Supported X-section Types
We can profile different things
All 3d visualisations are generated from the same Groundwater Cube
...made possible by the information generated in the SAFE Project
(Secure Allocation Future Entitlement - DSE Victoria)
Each Groundwater Cube has 12
2x2 km standard x-sections
6 NS (BC) & 6 EW (AB)
And now the demonstrations
NOTE: there is audio!
Play the video
All these from one database
Example 1: Profile Database:
regional x-section (profile) - X" to Y"
Example 2: Groundwater Cube:
A 10km x 10km sample - L01751
Standard X-sections in a groundwater cube L01751
Download a Sample
we imagined a couple of solutions...
Imagine you could automate the creation of X-sections
Imagine you could intergrate multiple layers of stratigrapgy into one dataset
A Cube is a 10km x 10km multi-layered mesh