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Group: Local Food Systems Computer Modeling, GIS, Data(mining) group
This is a meta group to explore, discuss, post blog posts, ideas, and resources about technology applications, best practices, and resources for Computer Simulation, GIS and Datamining of local food systems.
This could be useful, for instance, for people exploring logistics, crunching numbers of all kinds, looking at environmental impacts, modeling or datamining around crop and livestock growth rates and conditions, market explorations, importing open data from public sources and using it, like data from NOAA, US Census, etc
The primary goal here is to pool resources, and knowledge and put the power of datamining, computer simulation, and working with and analyszing data into the hands of more people, by creating and/or disseminating knowledge about ways to use these tools, best practices, etc
Mar 24, 2:45pm
Updates to the Local Food Systems website have been successfully implemented! The changes went more smoothly and quicker than expected and all website functions appear to be operating normally. However if we missed something and you...
Mar 20, 2:15pm
Beginning March 23rd, 2015 we will be making updates to the Local Food Systems website's server. This may result in periods where the Local Food Systems website is unavailable. We will make every effort to ensure that these down...
Michelle Ajamian ...
Aug 28, 1:44pm
Shagbark Seed & Mill, a regional scale certified organic seed and flour mill famous for using only Ohio Grown, chemical free, or certified organic crops, is in the running for a $10,000 prize from Martha Stewart's American Made contest....
Apr 1, 5:10pm
Is anybody working on a GIS data model for local food systems? In other words, a list of the features and feature attributes that would be useful in a map of the system. For example, you would have farms, farmer markets, grocery stores,...
Aug 24, 12:06pm
Sharing something near and dear to my research interests, hoping to tackle problems like this in the near future. Thought I would share in case you haven't seen this. John