Visualising Data with Kepler

Kepler allows users to easily present their data in a few simple clicks and can produce more advanced looking representations for those willing to use other software. During my time with Kepler I became aware of the stark difference between a data visualisation tool and a fully fledged GIS software platform.

Creating a web app takes lots of moving parts, and the way that these moving parts hang together is often hard to picture. Talking about different frameworks and stacks and the hot new javascript library – if you’re not a web developer who diligently reads their tech blogs every morning, it is easy to get lost.

Harnessing KNIME Analytics

As part of my Cadetship at Spatial Vision, I designed and delivered an R&D project. After plenty of research, I chose to explore KNIME’s functionality, and how it can be applied within Spatial Vision. KNIME is a workflow based data transformation, analysis and deployment program.  Developed in Java using Eclipse as a free open source program, users are able to modify the base code of the program to suite their individual needs, allowing the creation of plugins to expand the functionality of KNIME. 

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