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[[Image:preview_GE.jpg|right|thumb|140px|Preview of Global layers 5 km resolution]] An updated repository of publicly available data sets of interest for global modeling/mapping can be obtained directly from this [http://spatial-analyst.net/worldmaps/ URL]. This now contains [http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Publicly_available_global_data_sets cca 100 layers] at resolution of 0.05 arcdegrees (5.6 km) and with a complete world coverage. Each layer comes with a raster description file *.rdc, which typically has the same name as the attached layer (description of the fields is available in the [http://spatial-analyst.net/worldmaps/README.txt README file]). The raster description file includes also a link to an R script that (should) show all processing steps from download to export of maps (I advise you to run the scripts step by step because the data sets are usually Huge). If you want to read more about what is all available on this repository (and outside), please read the complete article. You can also browse a gallery of worldmaps from the [http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Publicly_available_global_data_sets wikimedia commons]. If you think that I have maybe missed some important (publicly available) layers, please let me know. I am sure that there is much more what is available (on and off the web), but I would at least try to be representative. </div>
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[[Image:preview_GE.jpg|right|thumb|140px|WorldGrids.org: publicly available environmental layers]]. WorldGrids.org is a repository of environmental layers at 1km resolution of interest for soil, meteorological and climatological mapping, for species distribution modeling and various spatial analyses. Via [http://worldgrids.org/doku.php?id=source_data WorldGrids.org] you can also find a systematic review of the public data sources grouped by a theme. WorldGrids.org is one of the components of GSIF (Global Soil Information Facilities) which forms a major component of ISRIC's mandate to serve the international community by preserving soil data and delivering value-added products with global coverage in an open access format. </div>
 
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|style="color:#000;"| <div id="mp-itn">[[Image:GEOSTAT_2011_group_photo.JPG|thumb|140px|GEOSTAT 2011 Summer School group photo]] The [http://geostat-course.org GEOSTAT 2012 Summer School] for PhD students and R-sig-geo enthusiasts will be held this year at the Institute for Geoinformatics of the University of Muenster, Germany in the period from 3-8(11) September. The topics include: spatial and spatio-temporal data and data analysis in R, R as a GIS, visualization of spatio-temporal data from R to Google Earth, GRASS and SAGA GIS tutorials, spatial aggregation and change of support in geostatistics, and topics from spatio-temporal geostatistics.
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|style="color:#000;"| <div id="mp-itn">[[Image:Image:R_SAGA_GE_logo.jpg|thumb|140px|GEOSTAT Summer School for PhD students]] The [http://geostat-course.org GEOSTAT Summer School] for PhD students and R-sig-geo enthusiasts. The main idea of GEOSTAT is to promote various aspects of statistical analysis of spatial and spatio-temporal data using open source / free GIS tools: R, SAGA GIS, GRASS GIS, FWTools, Google Earth and similar. It is sort of a mini-conference (a list of tutorials) focused on new functionality and new developments considering the software tools for spatio-temporal statistics. Members of the scientific committee are typically the main developers and maintainers of the R + OS GIS tools (that have kindly accepted to teach on the summer shool without any honorarium payment).
 
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WorldGrids.org: publicly available environmental layers
. WorldGrids.org is a repository of environmental layers at 1km resolution of interest for soil, meteorological and climatological mapping, for species distribution modeling and various spatial analyses. Via WorldGrids.org you can also find a systematic review of the public data sources grouped by a theme. WorldGrids.org is one of the components of GSIF (Global Soil Information Facilities) which forms a major component of ISRIC's mandate to serve the international community by preserving soil data and delivering value-added products with global coverage in an open access format.

GEOSTAT 2012 Summer School

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GEOSTAT Summer School for PhD students
The GEOSTAT Summer School for PhD students and R-sig-geo enthusiasts. The main idea of GEOSTAT is to promote various aspects of statistical analysis of spatial and spatio-temporal data using open source / free GIS tools: R, SAGA GIS, GRASS GIS, FWTools, Google Earth and similar. It is sort of a mini-conference (a list of tutorials) focused on new functionality and new developments considering the software tools for spatio-temporal statistics. Members of the scientific committee are typically the main developers and maintainers of the R + OS GIS tools (that have kindly accepted to teach on the summer shool without any honorarium payment).

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