Geography Markup Language

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GML or Geography Markup Language is an XML based encoding standard for geographic information developed by the OpenGIS Consortium (OGC). The objective is to allow internet browsers the ability to view web based mapping without additional components or viewers.

OpenGIS Geography Markup Language (GML) Encoding Standard
Access page on the Open Geospatial Consortium site for GML.

GML 2.0 – Enabling the Geo-spatial Web
Geography Markup Language is an XML based encoding standard for geographic information developed by the OpenGIS Consortium (OGC). Written by Ron Lake of Galdos Systems, Inc, this article explores the impact of GML 2.0 on spatial technologies.

GML Central
Centralized source of information about Geography Markup Language. Find documentation and tools for using GML.

Standard for Web Mapping
This is a news release that appeared on the GeoVRML discussion list from the Open GIS Consortium. It contains a good explanation of what GML is.

Technology Reports – GML News and Articles
Listing of technology reports and articles compiled by Cover Pages.


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