Ridin’ High

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High Bridge Ride What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of the month of May? Flowers? Parades? Well, if you’re an avid cyclist (and have Frank D in your employ) then the correct answer is … Read More

GeoMesa 2.0 Released

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The GeoMesa project has just published our official 2.0.0 release. This is a quick highlight of some of the new features. For a full list of the improvements and fixes, take a look at the release notes. SparkSQL JTS Integration GeoMesa … Read More

Calculating Geospatial Socioeconomic Indicators for Healthcare with US Census Data

A number of healthcare metrics, including readmission rates and chronic disease burden, have been linked to socioeconomic indexes in various studies. In the United States, many of these indexes can be calculated from freely available US Census Bureau data. Generally, … Read More

Say Cheeeeese!

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Cheeseposium! Active imaginations and a love of fun are always in play at CCRi. Leave it to Andrew H. to come up with an idea so brilliant it left us shaking our heads thinking, “Why didn’t we think of this before?” … Read More

GeoMesa and “The Farm Fantastic”

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One of the most interesting areas where we’ve seen usage of CCRi’s open source spatio-temporal database GeoMesa has been in precision agriculture. Recently we’ve been working with Farmer’s Edge, a company that provides nutrient management planning and agronomic service for millions of acres … Read More

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