SDOTD 8/18/2007 – DE: Searchable Map Lab


Today’s State Database of the Day comes to us from Delaware:

Delaware DataMIL – (Data Mapping and Integration Laboratory) which serves as an Internet Mapping Service for the State of Delaware. The DataMIL serves Delaware’s Spatial Data Framework, or basic map datasets, on which state agencies, local and county governments, academic GIS users, and the private sector can build their own GIS data. The Framework datasets are considered the most current and up-to-date base map information available and a data steward is identified to take ownership of each dataset and publish the only “official” dataset for that part of the Framework. Datasets that change frequently are updated at least quarterly. The Delaware DataMIL Map Lab requires use of the Internet Explorer browser and serves PDF topographic maps, updated biweekly. Delaware DataMIL includes digitized aerial photography from 1937 forward.

For more databases from more states, please see the 50-State Agency Database Registry


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