We are hopeful that the material we provide here is helpful to others. In this spirit, we share all teaching material openly, the source code of these pages and the notebooks used in the lessons are freely available from our GitHub repository.
There, you will also find information on how to use the material, and how to modify it for your own purpose. However, if you modify the teaching material, we require you to also share your changes openly, for instance, in a git repository. We hope others can then benefit from your work, if you provide your materials in a similar manner as we do here.
We are very open to collaboration and to ideas on how to improve this course. Please get in touch via e-mail, or open merge requests to our repositores on GitHub.
The material presented here are licensed as explained below:
All teaching material is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence.
In human-readable summary, the license allows you to:
share (copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format), and
adapt (remix, transform, and build upon the material)
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Except where otherwise noted, the example programs, code snippets and other software provided by the Automating GIS processes course are made available under the GNU GPLv3 license.
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