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Workflow Watershed (2)

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Local machine example

Created: 2012-05-21 | Last updated: 2012-05-21

Credits: User Jorgejesus

Workflow WPS-GRASS-Bridge r.los example (1)

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r.los generates a raster output map in which the cells that are visible from a user-specified observer position are marked with the vertical angle (in degrees) required to see those cells (viewshed). A value of 0 is directly below the specified viewing position, 90 is due horizontal, and 180 is directly above the observer. The angle to the cell containing the viewing position is undefined and set to 180. http://grass.fbk.eu/grass62/manuals/html62_user/r.los.html

Created: 2011-10-13

Credits: User Jorgejesus

Workflow Geottif image reprojection (1)

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Example of a WPS service that reprojects a geoTIFF by using a EPSG code. THe example image is in EPSG:32119, lcc projection for north caroline and it comes from GRASS-GIS spearfish dataset. The image is reprojected into EPSG:4326 (lat/long): Metadata: http://rsg.pml.ac.uk/wps/generic.cgi?request=describeProcess&service=wps&identifier=reprojectImage&version=1.0.0 Library: gdalwarp

Created: 2011-09-16 | Last updated: 2011-09-16

Credits: User Jorgejesus

Workflow Async WPS example (2)

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Example on how to work with an async service, where the statusURL is used to check for Example on how to work with an async service, where the statusURL is used to check for if the process has finished or not

Created: 2010-11-04 | Last updated: 2011-04-27

Credits: User Jorgejesus

Workflow Polygon buffer - Using pyWPS (1)

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Basic example on how to integrate a Web Processing Service (WPS) using  PyWPS's WSDL/SOAP The workflow will accept a GML file with featureCollection where polyon is described using gml:coordinate element structure. This GMl is easely generated with GDAL. The coodinate structure will be converted to WKT and used to create a polygon using shapely, the output will be a buffer polygon with a defined width. Output polygon will replace the orginal polygon and the existing XML will be return...

Created: 2010-10-26 | Last updated: 2010-10-26

Credits: User Jorgejesus

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