The posts below are mostly focussed on the use of open source software in research and education. And to specificy this even further, it will likely be about the use of GIS and other analytical tools. But, I might get inspired and write about a totally different subject. I will also migrate some of the potentially useful blogposts from Ecostudies over to this site, so I can eventually shut that one down.

New GRASS GIS website

GRASS GIS is a fantastic software package, not only one of the oldest GIS packages still around, but also one that is continuously updating and improving thanks to a vibrant community.

Comparing human population density maps

Population density maps have multiple implications, e.g., to help relief agencies to better plan where they are needed most in case of disaster and in demographic, economic and environmental research.

Migrating from ecostudies to ecodiv

Ecostudies EOL A new solution Using blogdown Migrating old posts Ecostudies EOL I have kept a blog on Ecostudies for quite some years. It was mostly about using open source GIS tools.