Services

What we offer

TRAINING AND NETWORKING

We help researchers grow by connecting them with peer networks, helping them improve their programming skills, and helping them to make their research more open and reproducible.

DATA PRODUCTION AND HOSTING

Building trust requires transparency: we promote and actively support the production, sharing and use of Open GeoData based on the Open Knowledge Foundation licenses.

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VISUALIZATION PLATFORMS

Data are awesome tools when they are easy to visualize: we create web-mapping services in original, easy-to-navigate, open-access platforms, with metadata and download functionalities, and a unique user experience touch.

SPECIALIZED TRAINING

We provide tailored courses for groups of researchers or parts of larger organization. These seminars are usually focused on hands-on-software i.e. computer coding.

HELPING WITH PUBLISHING OF DATA

We provide data preparation, production and hosting following the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards and metadata standards.

ENABLING FEMALE DEVELOPERS

We aim especially to encourage and empower under-represented researchers (e.g. those from ODA recipient countries and female researchers).

SERVING DECISION MAKERS

We aim to provide all users with easily accessible and trustworthy Open Geographical Environmental Data, fully documented, peer reviewed and reproducible.

PROMOTING OPEN DATA

We promote and actively support the production, sharing and use of Open GeoData (based on the Open Knowledge Foundation licenses).

SUPPORTING COLLABORATION

We help with community projects such as development of Open Source software, Open Access publications and international collaboration.

Established to promote Open Source Software and Open Data!

OpenGeoHub is a not-for-profit research foundation with headquarters in Wageningen, the Netherlands (Stichting OpenGeoHub, KvK 71844570). The main goal of the OpenGeoHub is to promote publishing and sharing of Open Geographical and Geoscientific Data and using and developing of Open Source Software.

Training and networking

Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
September 18, 2021

Visualization of spatial and spatiotemporal data

To be able to use spatial data and make decisions based on it, we need to be able to visualize it (statically, interactively, through...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
September 17, 2021

Connecting R and GIS

R has increasing functionality for analyzing spatial data, but so has GRASS GIS, QGIS and/or SAGA GIS. This course explains how to use GIS...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
August 19, 2021

OGH Summer School 2021

The 2021 event took place from 1st to 3rd of September virtually, with all training sessions being broadcasted live on Zoom, giving everyone the...

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Latest datasets

Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
December 6, 2021

Input dataset for gap filling and land-cover mapping using eumap Library - 2000 to 2020

Benchmark dataset containing slope, elevation, Landsat temporal composites and night light raster layers, and the training samples (LUCAS and CORINE samples compilation) to map...

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Tom Hengl
Posted by Tom Hengl
December 6, 2021

European Digital Terrain Models (EU DTM)

Digital Terrain Model for Continental Europe based on the three publicly available Digital Surface Models and predicted using an Ensemble Machine Learning (EML).

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