87 Photos - Aug 21, 2012
Photo: Photo: Part of a png map created with Karttapullautin (2012-09-09 standalone version).Photo: Salmi recreation area, map from LIDAR data, created wih Karttapullautin (standalone version; default settings; north lines not corrected)Photo: Salmi recreation area. LIDAR data from Karttapullautin (open areas, contours, cliffs) +  vector data of National Land Survey of Finland (maastotietokanta; roads, paths, buildings, cultivated areas, meadows, lakes)Photo: Salmi recreation area, from open data of the National Land Survey (www.mml.fi). Contours, cliffs and open areas created with Jarkko Ryyppö's Karttapullautin, other stuff from maastotietokanta vector data (imported from shp files into Mapinfo, next exported to dxf files, and finally these imported into Ocad).Photo: Salmi recreation area, Vihti. Contains data of the National Land Survey of Finland (www.mml.fi). Contours, cliffs, areas of open and dense vegetation from Karttapaullautin, other objects from topographic terrain database (maastotietokanta)Photo: Map of Salmi recreation area in Vihti, southern Finland. Created from the open LIDAR data and the topographic terrain database of the National Land Survey (of Finland (www.nls.fi), using Karttapullautin (http://routegadget.net/karttapullautin/, version 20120923)Photo: Part of a 3 km x 4 km map created automatically with Karttapullautin (http://routegadget.net/karttapullautin/) from the open laser scanning data and topographic terrain database files of the National Land Survey of Finland (www.maanmittauslaitos.fi)Photo: Part of a 4 km x 4 km map from Kuusankoski. Created with Karttapullautin (http://routegadget.net/karttapullautin/) from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland (http://www.maanmittauslaitos.fi/)Photo: Map created with Karttapullautin from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland (www.maanmittauslaitos.fi).Photo: Helsinki, Kannelmäki and surroundings; part of a 3 km x 3 km map created with Karttapullautin (http://routegadget.net/karttapullautin/) from the open data of the National Land Survey (of Finland www.maanmittauslaitos.fi)Photo: Photo: Kannelmäki and its surroundings, Helsinki / Vantaa. Map created with Karttapullautin from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland (www.maanmittauslaitos.fi).Photo: Helsinki, Oulunkylä area. Created with Karttapullautin from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland (https://tiedostopalvelu.maanmittauslaitos.fi/tp/kartta)Photo: Helsinki, Oulunkylä. Created from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland (www.maanmittauslaitos.fi).Photo: Ahvenistonharju esker, Hämeenlinna. Created with Karttapullautin from the open data of the National Land Survey of FinlandPhoto: The southernmost part of Cape Porkkalanniemi, Kirkkonummi. Created with the default settings of Karttapullautin (ver. 20120923) from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland (www.maanmittauslaitos.fi)Photo: Ahvenistonharju esker, Hämeenlinna. Karttapullautin map from the open data of the National Land Survey of FinlandPhoto: Kuusankoski, Finnish night-O championship 2012 terrain. Karttapullautin map from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland. 16 square km.Photo: Porkkalanniemi, high.png file from Karttapullautin with blue linesPhoto: Karttapullautin maps from around 60 square km.Photo: Suburban areas at the border of Helsinki and Vantaa. Map drawn with Karttapullautin (version 20120928).Photo: Kuusankoski. GPS track imported into Quickroute (http://www.matstroeng.se/quickroute/en/), on a Karttapullautin (http://routegadget.net/karttapullautin/) map created from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland (www.maanmittauslaitos.fi)Photo: Karttapullautin map of Juoppuavaara hill in Sodankylä.Photo: Kurjoo, Vihti. Karttapullautin map from the open data of the National Land Survey of Finland (www.maanmittauslaitos.fi)Photo: Karttapullautin map of Juoppuavaara hill in Sodankylä (ed. 2)Photo: Kurjoo, Vihti/KirkkonummiPhoto: Usage of the programs "magneticfield" and "geoconvert" of the GeographicLib package in calculation of the grid declination angle for maps in UTM projection based on WGS84/ETRS (such as ETRS-TM35FIN)Photo: Kannelmäki and surroundings, with Karttapullautin 20121002 version.Photo: Korpinkallio, Vihti. Resampled to smaller size from 9446 x 7084. Grid declination angle calculated using the magneticfield and geoconvert utilities of GeographicLib (http://geographiclib.sourceforge.net/html/)Photo: Puolarmetsä, Espoo central park, 9 square kilometers. Resized to 20% of the original 7084 px x 7084 px.Photo: Karttapullautin map from Oulunkylä opened in QuantumGIS, with aerial images from the wms server of the National Land Survey of Finland. The 1 km x 1 km and 100 m x 100 m gridlines (red and grey) are those of the Finnish uniform coordinate system (KKJ).Photo: Raster maps created with Karttapullautin in Quantum GIS. Orthoimages and lakes (vector) from the wms server of the National Land Survey of Finland. The 1 km x 1 km and 100 m x 100 m gridlines (red and grey) are those of the Finnish uniform coordinate system (KKJ3).Photo: Salmi recreation area, Karttapullautin map from the open data of the National Land Survey of FinlandPhoto: Salmi recreation area, Karttapullautin map in MapInfo, with coordinate grid lines. Created from the open data of the National Land Survey of FinlandPhoto: Karttapullautin map from Salmi recreation area in Vihti - with an orienteering route, and heart rate data (multicoloured line) from a GPS watchPhoto: Nuuksio national park, 225 sq. km (converted a low resolution image, just 4.5% of the original size)Photo: The area near Helsinki for which I have created maps using Karttapullautin, 20121101Photo: A mixture of an orienteering map ((c) Helsingin Suunnistajat) and Karttapullautin map (Lake Kattilajärvi, Espoo).Photo: H10KM course of Raatojuoksu 2012 drawn onto a Karttapullautin map, showing my route recorded by a gps watch (line colours indicating running speed)Photo: Karttapullautin map of Meiko forest area, 81 sq. kmPhoto: A screen capture of a Karttapullautin map opened in Oziexplorer (Lake Tuohilampi in Vihti, S Finland)Photo: Karttapullautin map in Oziexplorer CE (http://www.oziexplorer.com/), installed into a small handheld GPS device running Windows CEPhoto: Jukola 2012 leg 3 on a Karttapullautin mapPhoto: Walking with a Karttapullautin map for three hours in the northeastern part of Nuuksio national park.Photo: Photo: A Pullautin map montage of 1073 png tiles from Uusimaa and southern Häme, S Finland.Photo: Blue lines? A part of a Karttapullautin map created from the open data of the National Land Survey of FinlandPhoto: Running / walking 18.11.2012 in Luukki, Espoo with a Karttapullautin  mapPhoto: A four hour walk in the Jukola 2012 terrainPhoto: An exercise with a Karttapullautin map in Espoo, Ketunkorpi, 20121124.Photo: An exercise with a Karttapullautin map in the northern park of Nuuksio national park, 20121125.Photo: Headlamp run with a Karttapullautin map, 9 km (Laajasalo, Helsinki 2012-11-29; light snowfall, 5 cm fresh snow in the ground, strong wind, -3 °C)Photo: A low resolution montage of 2918 png files created with KarttapullautinPhoto: Annual change of declination as decimal degrees. Calculated 2012-12-10 for the centroids of 3 km x 3 km cells with the "magneticfield" utility (with the wmm2010 magnetic model) of GeographicLib.Photo: Declination as decimal degrees. Calculated 2012-12-10 for the centroids of 3 km x 3 km cells with the "magneticfield" utility (with the wmm2010 magnetic model) of GeographicLib.Photo: The grid declination angle as decimal degrees. Calculated 2012-12-10 for the centroids of 3 km x 3 km cells with the "magneticfield" and "geoconvert" utilities of GeographicLib. The grid declination angle is the the magnetic declination angle less the UTM grid convergence angle.Photo: Meridian convergence for ETRS-TM35FIN projection, calculated for centroids of 3 km x 3 km cells with the geoconvert utility of GeographicLib. Values west of the central meridian at 27° are negative, east of it positive.Photo: Estimates for the grid declination angle for Karttapullautin and map sheet L41 near Helsinki. Big purple rectangle is 96 km x 48 km, and the smallest squares 3 km x 3 km. Divide the black value by 10 and use that in the pullauta.ini file (for instance 10.4 would be suitable angle for the tiles in the southwesternmost corner). Using 10 allover this sheet would be satisfactory for a training map.Photo: Building a tileindex as a shapefile with gdaltindex utilityPhoto: An example of batch conversion of PNG images created by Karttapullautin to LZW compressed true colour Geotiff imagesPhoto: Virtual datasets consisting of true colour geotiffs - a screen capture from Quantum GISPhoto: QGIS screen captures at different scales, an example from Cape Hankoniemi: Karttapullautin maps as geotiff files in pyramidized virtual datasets, becoming first visible as low res versions at 250K, and as better versions when zoomed closerPhoto: Building virtual datasets (vrt files) with transparent parts of georeferenced rgb imagery using the gdalbuildvrt and gdaladdo utilitiesPhoto: A screen capture from QGIS: place names on a Karttapullautin map, as fetched from the wms server of the National Land Survey of Finland. Also a 1 km x 1 km grid ykj graticule (purple lines).Photo: Karttapullautin contours in Ruokolahti, near the Russian border (a GQIS screen capture)Photo: A topographic map and Karttapullautin map side by sidePhoto: 1 km x 1 km and 100 m x 100 m graticule of the Finnish uniform coordinate system (kkj3, ykj) burned onto a Karttapullautin png image automatically with an R program (http://www.r-project.org/) scriptPhoto: 1 km x 1 km and 100 m x 100 m graticule of the Finnish uniform coordinate system (kkj3, ykj) burned onto a topographic map in ETRS-TM35FIN projection automatically with an R program (http://www.r-project.org/) scriptPhoto: Las2txt generates eof warnings when Karttapullautin processes certain LAZ files on the west coast of Finland (e.g. M3432) and Kuusamo (e.g. Q5124)Photo: A Karttapullautin map from Vihti in RoutegadgetPhoto: Brown squares: 6530 png files, 58465 square km of Karttapullautin maps processed (20130118). Background map shows the areas from which the National Land Survey of Finland has prepared LIDAR data in 2008-2012.Photo: Creating a street-O map from the OpenStreetmap data with MaperitivePhoto: Entering (fabricated) split times and a final result manually when adding routes to a Routegadget event without a real result data file (at least the final time needed)Photo: First experiment with the Danish LIDAR data, 20130208Photo: 20130405: 112750 square kilometers, 12567 png maps (yellowish tiles).Photo: My vascular plant recording sites before 2013Photo: My vascular plant recording sites in central Uusimaa before 2013Photo: 20130628, 15961 maps, 143216 sq. kmPhoto: Husqvarna 2013, H50 course drawn onto a Karttapullautin base mapPhoto: An orienteering map converted into a mobile map for Locus Map ProPhoto: Plant localities as waypoints, and skiing routes as tracks on NLS wms layers or orienteering maps in Locus Map ProPhoto: Photo: Plant recording: Anthyllis vulneraria on roadsides in Kainuu (records 2007-2013)Photo: A Karttapullautin map converted into a mobile map.Photo: An orienteering map converted to a mobile map with MAPC2MAPC, and shown as a background map in Locus Map Pro.Photo: A custom dashboard in Locus Map Pro, displaying GPS location as YKJ eastings and northings