[Biogeosdi] Path kludge

Javier de la Torre jatorre at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 23:29:32 CEST 2007

Yeah! For sure...

I know is a little bit stupid to do modelling year by year but it  
would make videos look awesome! :D

It does not matter the size!! This is just to show how geoserver can  
handle time-gis data in Google Earth. So it does not matter how  
accurate the data is, dont worry. In which format do you have it?  
Perfectly would be a shapefile or a set of them, but a postgis or  
something like this would be ok too.. well, actually whatever i can  
convert to anything readable by geoserver.

Thank you very much Pete!!

On 31/07/2007, at 23:22, Peter Brewer wrote:

> Hi Javi,
> Sorry missed your message but see it now.  Ok so... sure you can  
> have the Hadley data.  Whilst you can get hold of Hadley data for  
> year on year it isn't really relevant for bioclimatic modelling.   
> What you need is an average over a particular time period.  As Tim  
> said, in BDWorld we used decadal means.
> I can snoop through my old server and get the data for you but I  
> suspect you'll be a bit disappointed with regards it's size!   
> Hadley data is quite low resolution so 5 x decadal means doesn't  
> amount to very much data at all (i.e. a few megabytes).  Let me  
> know if you're still interested.
> Cheers
> Pete
> Javier de la Torre wrote:
>> Hey Peter!
>> I hope you´re doing great in the US!!
>> Did you get my message requesting data?!! I am still trying to  
>> figure out a good dataset to give to the geoserver people.
>> Cheers.
>> On 31/07/2007, at 20:04, Peter Brewer wrote:
>>> Hi Guys,
>>> Sorry for being so totally silent these last few weeks.   
>>> Apologies but I've been moving continent, buying a house, dealing  
>>> with US red tape etc etc.
>>> I stumbled across an interesting webpage and thought of you all.   
>>> If I remember correctly, this is an easier way of doing Dave/ 
>>> Javi's (?) infamous path kludge in PHP.
>>> http://ponvert.wordpress.com/2004/07/24/relative-paths-in-php/
>>> Enjoy!
>>> Cheers
>>> Pete
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