[sf-lug] geoprocessing help
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Wed Jul 15 15:17:23 PDT 2009
Don't forget all the freely available GIS data from the USGS and the
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 12:30, toya<toya at linefeed.org> wrote:
> Thank you all for the replies, it help me a lot. I will start contacting
> the MTA and CloudMade people.
> Jeff Bragg wrote:
>> You might try San Francisco State University's Dept. of Geosciences at
>> http://tornado.sfsu.edu/. There are various contact names and methods
>> listed on the site. Of course, the university is so strapped due to
>> budget cuts, etc that they are not accepting new students for the fall
>> semester, so I have no idea how cooperative or available they'll be.
>> You could also try SF Government pages at http://www.sfgov.org/; one
>> of the transportation- or housing-related agencies might have that
>> information. Or you could skip straight to San Francisco Municipal
>> Transportation Agency at http://www.sfmta.com/cms/home/sfmta.php. And
>> nextbus <http://www.nextbus.com/> has to be getting bus locations from
>> somewhere, though their information is more likely to describe bus
>> routes than neighborhood boundaries (and I have no idea what they'd be
>> willing to share).
>> Good luck with your search.
>> On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 9:03 AM, toya <toya at linefeed.org
>> <mailto:toya at linefeed.org>> wrote:
>> I am working on a website that works with maps API etc. Is a free
>> software people are developing in Brazil and I want to start
>> testing it
>> for SF.
>> I was wondering if anyone here could give me a hint of where I can get
>> some data about San Francisco. If there is any geoprocessing
>> of universities here that I could get in touch to get this data.
>> Pretty much I am looking for latitude and longitude data for the
>> neighborhoods of SF. For a city in Brazil we could get this data with
>> the university department of geoprocessing, so I think some university
>> here might be able to help me out with it.
>> I appreciate any help.
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