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GeoServer Tutorials

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Created: Dec 18, 2020 at 12:06 a.m.
Last updated: Aug 04, 2022 at 9:47 p.m.
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This resources contains PDF files and Python notebook files that demonstrate how to create geospatial resources in HydroShare and how to use these resources through web services provided by the built-in HydroShare GeoServer instance. Geospatial resources can be consumed directly into ArcMap, ArcGIS, Story Maps, Quantum GIS (QGIS), Leaflet, and many other mapping environments. This provides HydroShare users with the ability to store data and retrieve it via services without needing to set up new data services. All tutorials cover how to add WMS and WFS connections. WCS connections are available for QGIS and are covered in the QGIS tutorial. The tutorials and examples provided here are intended to get the novice user up-to-speed with WMS and GeoServer, though we encourage users to read further on these topic using internet searches and other resources. Also included in this resource is a tutorial designed to that walk users through the process of creating a GeoServer connected resource.

The current list of available tutorials:
- Creating a Resource
- ArcGIS Pro
- ArcMap
- ArcGIS Story Maps
- IpyLeaflet
- Folium

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Calhoon, J. W. (2022). GeoServer Tutorials, HydroShare,

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