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* [[Configuration Basics]]
* [[Configuration Basics]]
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* [[Units]]
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* [[unit| Unit]]
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* [[Data sources]]
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* [[Data source]]
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* [[Numeric data types]]
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* [[Numeric data type]]
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* [[Expressions]]
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* [[Expression]]
* [[CalcCache]]
* [[CalcCache]]
* [[Geography]]
* [[Geography]]
* [[Relational model versus Semantic arrays]]
* [[Relational model versus Semantic arrays]]
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* [[Schemes]]
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* [[Scheme]]
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* [[Classifications]]
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* [[Classification]]
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* [[Visualisation Styles]]
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* [[Visualisation Style]]
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* [[Exports]]
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* [[Export]]
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* [[Naming Conventions]]
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* [[naming conventions|Naming Conventions]]
* [[Value Types]]
* [[Value Types]]
* [[Folders and Placeholders]]
* [[Folders and Placeholders]]
* [[A1: Property List]]
* [[A1: Property List]]
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Revision as of 15:11, 19 November 2019

Contents

Project

A GeoDMS project usually consists of:

  • (a set of) configuration files
  • source data
  • documentation

Configuration Files

The GeoDMS uses a configuration language to configure source data, calculation steps, visualisation styles, export settings and relevant descriptive information. This information is stored in configuration files.

Declarative language

The GeoDMS configuration language is a declarative language. This means you configure what needs to be calculated and how the results needs to be presented. How calculations are performed in an efficient way is encapsulated in the implementation of each operator/function that can be configured in an expression.

Topics

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