Donut geomasking in python

The donut geomask approach displaces each data point by a minimum amount, which provides privacy protection without the loss of spatial information that results from aggregation.

The original script was written in arcpy by Kristen Hampton, but unfortunately it relies on ArcGIS (a proprietary software). To overcome, this limitation, I rewrote the script using python and general python libraries, such as numpy, pandas and geopandas.

You can access the Github repository here.

ISPRS Catalogue for geospatial educational resources

This is a pilot catalogue for geospatial educational resources that was developed as part of the 2018 ISPRS Scientific Initiatives grant. You can read more about the catalogue and implementation in this conference article,