#!/usr/bin/env bash
# This script uses the concept at
# but overcomes the problem I consistently have of the server (at
# not being able to connect to this machine.
mkdir -p /tmp/www
cd /tmp/www
sudo python -m SimpleHTTPServer 80 &
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OUT text)
url="$1&y=$2"; /usr/bin/curl -s $url
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Existing and New Manholes - q:\...\North_Ck_Interceptor\shapes
Proposed New Sewerline - q:\..\North_CK_Interceptor\shapes\PipeFinalDesign_20140520.shp
Modified to add Reach Section and Pipe diameter
Combined Dewatering Wells(DW) and Monitoring Wells (MW) - q:\..\North_CK_Interceptor\shapes
Previously installed existing monitoring wells - q:\..\North_Ck_Interceptor\shapes\
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I. Key Note: James Meacham University of Oregon - Dept of Geography
Infographic Lab -
Talked about workflow for Visualizing Data with example from Atlas of Wildlife Migration (
1. Data Collection --> Developing storyline:Markup iwth white board (inital mockup)/conceptialization -->Collaborative Design (example of working w/ biologist, dash-line showing two overlap direction) --> Outreach to social media/newspaper. Finished product:
Take away - using whiteboard to draw up initial ideas/product and collaborate with subject matter experts.
Potential use for WTD: infographic of each pipe segment, profile DSM, landuse similar to last page bottom graphics from the report.
View How to : GitHub Scenario 2
Sceanrio 2: Forking other people's repository from GitHub
Step 1: Find other repo you're interested in forking.
Step 2: Click Fork icon from GitHub site to your repository.
Step 3: Go to your local machine where you want to download recently forked project from GitHub
Step 4: $ git clone Http://repository name.git
Step 5: this should download all the directory/files from the repo to local machine's directory.
View How to: GitHub Scenario 1
Scenario 1: One starts the project in your local directory and need to push whole directory into your repository in GitHub website.
Step 1: Create a github repo in the web WITHOUT file.
Step 2: Go to your local machine and to the directory where all the files are located. Example >cd yourdirectory
Step 3: Go create file. Example Type $touch echo "#new repo" >> (this creates a new file with new repo text inside)
Step 4: Still in your local directory where your project directory is,
$ git init
Step 5: $ git add
Step 6: $ git commit -m 'first commit' (need to type exactly first commit)
Step 7: $ git remote add origin remote repository URL i.e. http://your repository.git