Have you taken GeoCommons for a test ride lately? If so then you may have noticed that its faster, has more functionaliyt, and is even sexier! You may have heard or read recently that the GeoIQ team has announced R2 of Geocommons – Enter GeoCommons 2.0. Personally, I’m stoked about the faster service, sweet cartographic capabilities, easy share, and enhanced analysis capabilities!
From the GeoCommons team… GeoCommons, an open repository of data and maps, launched version 2.0 this week, which is more feature-rich and robust than the first. Two of the major updates have to do with the fast-changing data landscape: amount of data and browser technology.
This major update boast loads of new features, enhancements and functionality. For 10 things of interest to the new user continue reading HERE