How GIS influenced my life

It was in 2010, when I received my KCSE results for the 2009 exam. Having passed the exam, I was to join campus a year later. Born and raised in…

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3D Maps with Leaflet and eegeo.js

We like maps and will continue like them more. Every day, there are changes in the libraries used for mapping. With most maps being 2D, exploring 3D maps is so…

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Easing traffic in Nairobi City

The completion of the major routesĀ  and highways such as the Thika Superhighway in February 2012 has seen a tremendous increase in traffic in and out of the capital, Nairobi.This…

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The good news in QGIS 2.14.0 – Essen

In the last few years, QGIS has really grown in a huge collection of tools, algorithms tackling various tasks in its environments.The Dev team has really given QGIS a new…

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A pilot Land Administration Domain Model(LADM) for Kenya

Kenya has amassed a huge collection of records since 1902 when the colonial government put in place the Crown Land Ordinance of 1902. This law allowed alienation of native lands…

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GIS impacts in the East African Region

Geographic information systems (GIS) has become a well-known term all over the world due to its rapid growth all through from the time it had its roots. You might want…

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9 essential GIS skills

A GIS automates creating, analyzing, manipulating, storing , querying and retrieval of spatial data for users. However, there are various essential skills that a user should have to utilize the…

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Tourist attractions in the USA

        USA is prominent worldwide for its ample and startling tourist attractions. It has interesting and fascinating sites in the world and thus receives millions of tourists annually.       Tourists…

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RICE GROWING IN MWEA, KENYA

This is an explanation of the activities involved in growing rice in Mwea irrigation scheme. INTRODUCTION Mwea irrigation scheme is in Kirinyaga county, Central province and is the biggest rice…

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