Peter Fitch of CSIRO in Canberra has developed a web application that
reads our WaterOneFlow services and maps them in Google Earth (!).
Go to the following address:http://wron.net.au/DemosII/Modules/ODMKMLGatway.aspx
and put a WSDL address in the open box, e.g.http://his.safl.umn.edu/SAFLMC/cuahsi_1_0.asmx?WSDL
And you zoom in to the testbed site (in this case the St Anthony Falls
Laboratory testbed on Minnehaha Creek in Minneapolis) (see slides for how to zoom
If you click on a site you get the metadata about what is measured there
and if you click on GetData you get a plot, as shown in the slides.
You can save the kml file you create in "Temporary Places" in Google
Earth as part of your "Places" and then its there whenever you fire up Google
You need to download the latest version of Google Earth to make this
work fully (e.g. the graph plot).
Very cool!!! Thanks Peter!!!!