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Edgar Mendez

on 17 November 2013

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The Open Source Geospatial Foundation
has been created to support and build the
highest-quality open source geospatial software.
Geospatial Business Intelligence such as dashboards, reporting and On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) allow decision-makers to analyze data and information in order to make better decisions. Summarized data from operational systems are presented to users in interactive charts, graphs and reports with map displays and spatial analysis tools.
Geo Mondrian is the first implementation of a true SOLAP server. It provides a consistent integration of spatial objects into the OLAP data cube structure, instead of fetching them from a separate spatial database, web service or GIS file.
Pentaho Analysis Services Community Edition also known as Mondrian. Mondrian is an Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) server that enables business users to analyze large quantities of data in real-time. Users explore business data by drilling into and cross-tabulating information with speed-of-thought response times to complex analytical queries
GeoMondrian brings to the Mondrian OLAP server what PostGIS brings to the PostgreSQL database management system. It implements a native geometry data type and provides spatial extensions to the MDX query language, allowing embedding spatial analysis capabilities into analytical queries.
PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system. Its SQL implementation strongly conforms to the ANSI-SQL:2008 standard
PostGIS adds support for geographic objects to the PostgreSQL. In effect, PostGIS "spatially enables" the PostgreSQL server, allowing it to be used as a backend spatial database for geographic information systems (GIS), much like Mapinfo, ESRI's SDE or Oracle's Spatial extension
GeoKettle is a powerful, metadata-driven Spatial ETL tool dedicated to the integration of different spatial data sources for building and updating geospatial data warehouses. GeoKettle enables the Extraction of data from data sources, the Transformation of data in order to correct errors, make some data cleansing, change the data structure, make them compliant to defined standards, and the Loading of transformed data into a target
GeoBIExt (extending the formerly known SOLAPLayers project), a rich client visualization framework for SOLAP data, using GeoExt/OpenLayers as the web mapping front-end. It enables the creation of drillable and interactive geo-analytical dashboards or more static reports, which allow the analyze of data through different representations (maps, charts and cross-tabs) and levels of detail in order to take more informed and hence better decisions. The GeoBIExt framework is composed of a server part which acts as a relay between the different data sources and the client part for interactive visualisation and exploration of geo-analytical data.
SOLAPLayers (project formerly known as Spatialytics at its debut) is a lightweight web cartographic component which enables navigation in SOLAP data cubes. It aims to be integrated into existing dashboard frameworks in order to produce interactive geo-analytical dashboards.
Quantum GIS is a user friendly
Open Source Geographic Information System (GIS).
QGIS supports vector, raster, and database formats and is licensed under the GNU General Public License.
Geomajas is an open source GIS framework which seamlessly integrates a powerful server into the web browser.
The focus of Geomajas is to provide a platform for server-side integration of geospatial data (be it through GeoTools or Hibernate), allowing multiple users to control and manage the data from within their own browsers. In essence, Geomajas provides a set of powerful building blocks, from which the most advanced GIS application can easily be built.
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