AGINFRA+ Geoanalytics Visualization

Geoanalytics platform

Provided by:
AGINFRA+
Research area:
Agricultural Sciences
Dedicated for:
Researchers
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The Geoanalytics Platform is a simple yet efficient GIS system that facilitates analysts and scientists to visualize, analyze and manage geospatial information. The platform offers various features to help users collaborate and disseminate their work. Furthermore, it is an extensible system in which administrators can import data and analytics algorithms. It consists of a number of sub-systems that provide different aspects of its functionality, necessary to perform the sub tasks of:

  • Project definition and management and sharing
  • Exploration of existing geospatial datasets
  • Geospatial layer and attribute visualization
  • Geospatial analysis method execution

The platform integrates with infrastructure security and presentation layers, and utilizes primarily open standards, allowing it to seamlessly integrate into the offered VREs, even beyond its initial scope. The Geoanalytics administration toolkit adds a number of functionalities to the VRE allowing managers to configure and extend its capabilities. The most notable features are the following:

  • Layer/style management
  • Geospatial / statistics datasets import
  • Geospatial analysis algorithm (function) import

For researchers and data scientists willing to visualize, analyze and manage geospatial information Scientific communities of the AGINFRA+ project, namely communities that perform research on aspects related to: (a) agro-climatic and economic modelling, (b) food safety risk assessment and (c) food security

Places and languages
  • World
  • English
Service Availability
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Service phase
  • Production
Version
  • 2.7.0
Last Update
  • 15.08.2020

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