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Geographic Information Sharing Tool [GIST] Harvard Provost Innovation Grant. Lex Berman & Bill Hays. 15 Nov 2006. The threshold point of the learning curve is typically around the two year time frame. - J. K. Berry (Berry & Assoc). GIS Learning Curve ~ 2 years.

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Geographic Information Sharing Tool [GIST]

Harvard Provost Innovation Grant

Lex Berman & Bill Hays

15 Nov 2006

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The threshold point of the learning curve is typically around the two year time frame. - J. K. Berry (Berry & Assoc)

GIS Learning Curve ~ 2 years

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Google Earth's intuitive interface allows everyone in the organization to interact meaningfully with technical datasets without any expensive, time-consuming formal training.- USGS

Google Earth Learning Curve ~ 2 hours

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KML

KML

KML

KML from student 1

KML from student 2

KML from student 3

upload KML files to server

or

parse KML into database

Geographic Information Sharing w/ Google Earth

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User submitted filenames might conflict, database can assign each submission a unique ID

Once in the database the features, filenames, user names, & course names can be queried or sorted

Query results can be recompiled into KML on-the-fly

Entire Submission / Query process can be web-based and accessible by all participants

Why Parse the KML into Relational Database?

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Save original KML file

Parse KML contents into Relational Database

Acknowledge KML submission showing points on map

Convert each KML file into GML

Uploading KML

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Download each KML file as it was submitted

Download all KML submitted by each user

Download all KML submitted for each course

Download KML files based on query results

Downloading KML

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KML A from student 1

KML B from student 1

KML A from student 2

KML A from student 3

All KML from student 1

All KML from student 2

All KML from student 3

KML based on query

Geographic Information Sharing Tool