Scientific and web visualization-graphics

Scientific visualization allows to represent graphically, 2 or 3D, information on geographic data, a scalar, vector or tensor. Open source softwares with appealing features are ParaView, Visit, MayaVi.

The same web technologies are allowing more and more rich and interactive views within the browser, for instance, HTML5 Canvas with WebGL, or JQuery, OpenLayers, GeoExt, Protovis, JSXgraph, Raphael, Flot, PhiloGL, Google Maps and Bing, among others.


Demo


Profile navigable and zoomable in the Antarctic ice sheet

Powered by Protovis.
Viewed with recent versions of Chrome, Safari, Firefox.
Not supported by I. Explorer..


Topographic profile in the Northern Apennines from the island of Giglio in Monte Conero

Powered by Protovis.
Viewed with recent versions of Chrome, Safari, Firefox.
Not supported by I. Explorer..


Geological map of the area between the Valnerina Sant’Anatolia Narco and Cerreto di Spoleto - Umbria (Italy)

Developed with OpenLayers, GeoExt and ExtJS.
Tested under Windows Vista with Firefox, I. Explorer, Safari and Opera.

About

My name is Mauro Alberti. I'm a Gis and scientific programmer. My primary specializations are in scientific and GIS programming (OS tools, mainly Python, R, Fortran and C++), Earth Sciences (structural geology, Polar Sciences), geostatistical analysis. About me

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Mauro Alberti

alberti.m65@gmail.com

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Address: Via Canonica 32,
Milano (MI) 20100, Italy

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