[gis_info] interactive GIS web maps question
ef at oregonwild.org
Tue Apr 7 13:07:25 PDT 2009
...one last addendum - I'm looking more along the lines of free sites like
google maps/GE etc... we don't have an arcgis server license which would be
a logical option if the funds were in the budget.
On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 12:52 PM, Erik Fernandez <ef at oregonwild.org> wrote:
> I'm hoping someone might be able to point me in the right direction. I'm
> looking to create an online semi-interactive map of certain areas in Oregon
> (using a shapefile as source data). I know enough to know there are many,
> many, many ways to do this, some complex and some more straight forward. I'm
> hoping someone who's been down this road before could suggest a fairly easy
> way to do this in a format that is usable by the general public(and isn't
> going to take me weeks to put together). Possibly using google maps? Google
> Earth KML file is possible but requires the end user to have the software,
> other options? Thanks for any tips and suggestions. "How to" links would be
> helpful or simply saying "google maps are a pain use xxx instead" would be
> good to know as well.
> Thanks a bunch,
> Erik Fernandez
> Wilderness Coordinator
> Oregon Wild, formerly ONRC
> Protecting Oregon's Wildlands, wildlife and waters since 1974.
> (503) 283-6343 x202
> Oregon Wild helped win protection for over 200,000 acres of new Wilderness,
> and 90 miles of new Wild and Scenic Rivers in Oregon. Find out more at
Oregon Wild, formerly ONRC
Protecting Oregon's Wildlands, wildlife and waters since 1974.
(503) 283-6343 x202
Oregon Wild helped win protection for over 200,000 acres of new Wilderness,
and 90 miles of new Wild and Scenic Rivers in Oregon. Find out more at
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