Date last run: 02Nov2020
Links related to the Allard Pierson (Special Collection of the University of Amsterdam)
- Nieuwe aanwinst door het Allard Pierson: de atlas van Saksen door Petrus Schenk jr. uit 1760
By Peter van der Krogt
- Blogs about cartography by staff members of Allard Pierson
- De Fransche Neptunus, of Nieuwe atlas van zeekaarten
Newly included in the image library of the Allard Pierson
Links related to Zeeland
- English sandbank map from 1826
Image with part of Zeeland in a tweet by Dr Peter-Alexander Kerkhof
- Walcheren and part of Zeeland
De Vyerighe colom klaer vertoonende in vyftich onderscheydene curieuse caarten de XVII Nederlantsche Provincien, LEAF 8 VERSO. alsmede de hartogen, houtvesters en graven van Vlaenderen, Hollandt ende Zelandt met desselfs beschryving
Links related to the Netherlands
- History of Cartography
See e.g. the part about maps of Europe below.
- Virtual Mappa 2.0
Digital Editions of Medieval Maps of the World
- Images of early maps on the web 12a. Continental Europe
Also contains e.g. Le theatre du monde, ou, Nouuel atlas with a French edition of a Blaeu atlas
- Harvard Digital Collections
- The Fagel Collection
An old Dutch collection in Trinity College Dublin
- Open Source Software for Preprocessing GIS Data for Hydrological Models
- Open Courseware Delft
Open Courseware by University Delft
- Hans van der Kwast
This YouTube channel contains IHE Delft Open Educational Resources (OER) on GIS. It has lectures with theory and screencasts of procedures in QGIS.
- QGIS for Hydrological Applications
Recipes for Catchment Hydrology and Water Management by Hans van der Kwast and Kurt Menke
- Community Health Maps
Community Health Maps (CHM) provides information about low/no cost mapping tools. It was originally developed by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and is now maintained by Bird’s Eye View. It is a very succesful program with workshops having been taught numerous states.
Whether you are downloading QGIS for the first time or looking for core feature development, we have the skills and experience to meet your needs. QCooperative is an international group of professional developers, spatial analysts, trainers, testers and documenters working together to provide a broad range of suppport services for the leading Open Source GIS - QGIS.
- QGIS Tutorials and Tips
By Ujaval Gandhi . See website
- Geospatial Analysis
From the Geospatial Analysis website: In this Guide we address the full spectrum of spatial analysis and associated modeling techniques that are provided within currently available and widely used geographic information systems (GIS) and associated software. Collectively such techniques and tools are often now described as geospatial analysis, although we use the more common form, spatial analysis, in most of our discussions.
- Statistical Analysis Handbook
From the StatsRef website: StatsRef is a free, web-based statistical analysis resource. It provides a comprehensive guide to statistical concepts, methods and tools, with many examples being provided using a variety of software tools such as R, MATLab and SPSS to clarify the concepts discussed. It aims to be comprehensive in terms of concepts and techniques (but not necessarily exhaustive), representative and independent in terms of software tools, and above all practical in terms of application and implementation.
- Recent changes in R spatial
Why R?Webinar 004 by Robin Lovelace and Jakub Nowosad on 23apr2020 with slides
- The Geocomputation with R website
Their book (with Jannes Muenchow)
- Spatial Data Science with R (www.rspatial.org)
This website provides materials to learn about spatial data analysis and modeling with R.
blog entries as e.g. R spatial follows GDAL and PROJ development by Edzer Pebesma and Roger Bivand and reference to their book Spatial Data Science
- Drawing beautiful maps programmatically with R, sf and ggplot2 - Part 1: Basics
by Mel Moreno and Mathieu Basille. Also with Part 2: Layers and Part 3: Layouts
- Using the Geopackage Format with R
By Joseph Stachelek
- An Introduction to Spatial Data Analysis in R.pdf
PDF by Guy Lansley and James Cheshire
- Vignettes for
- Vignettes for
- Description of use of
- Making Maps in R
By Claudia A Engel.
- useR! 2020: Analyzing & visualising spatial data cubes (E. Pebesma, M. Tennekes), tutorial
Material Analyzing and visualising spatial and spatiotemporal data cubes - Part I E. Pebesma and
De Grote Geo Show
In Dutch only. With links!
Discover QGIS 3.x by Kurt Menke
QGIS Map Design Second Edition by Anita Graser, Gretchen N Peterson
TBR or To Be Classified
- Spatial Aggregation
Three approaches: based on buffers, Voronoi polygons and grid cells. By Jindra Lacko.
- R as GIS for Economists
- Experiences Teaching QGIS in the Time of COVID-19
by [Kurt Menke]
- Workshop Data Visualization & Cartography with QGIS
by [Kurt Menke]