World's Finest Tool to test your GIS data
You need a good set of tools to get the most out of your GIS data.
OutOfBox esri products has limitations
You can easily tell outOfBox esri product by their similar button or icon or widget or color style.
I create this tool to free you from these limitations.
1). Here you can test your GIS data on Google Map, Bing Map, Here Map, Apple Map, Mapbox, OpenLayers
2). Here you can test your GIS data in the manners that you never see on ESRI's product.
3). Here you can test your GIS data performance
Created in Southern California by Joe hu since 2014
Socrata's open data platform has limitations
This tool free you from these limitations
1). Here you can test your Socrata Open Data on Google Map, Bing Map, Here Map, Apple Map, Mapbox, OpenLayers
2). Here you can test your Socrata Open Data in the manners that you never see in Socrata platform.
All Data are Location Based
The more is less The less is more
Simple is beauty
The first Google Map Apps I made was in 2007. When I was a graduate student in Idaho State University GIS master program in Geoscience Department Professor Dan Ames who is Co-Founder of MapWindow He offered me a position on his hydrological mapping project founded by National Science Foundation (NSF) I use Google Maps and hydrological REST service to create my first google map apps to show all the US hydrological monitoring site live data
In 2008, Frank Robert Tribe GIS manager offered me a positon at Coeur d’Alene Tribe in Plummer, Idaho. Frank is the creator of "meta-data editor plugin" in ArcMap.
In 2010, I moved to southern california Los Angeles area due to a job offer by Michael(Mike) Tupper. He is GIS manager at Southern California Edison. He designed the company's power distribution GIS system using smallworld GE
In 2013 Jim Liu IT manager in City of Costa Mesa Offered me a position. He had a great idea: Why not use Google Map?
Yeah ! Why NOT? TransparentGov.net Borned World first Google Map based model was lanched during this period.
In 2017, Vandergriff Greg Manager in City of Los Angeles Public Work Department and Neumann Nathan City GIS principle offered me a position. During this period,TransparentGov.net developed into its primitive form.