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KGeography

   0.4  

KDE Education

Score 75%
KGeography
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KGeography
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  6765
Submitted:  May 3 2004
Updated:  Apr 16 2008

Description:

KGeography is a geography learning tool. Right now it has six usage modes: - Browse the maps clicking in a map division to see it's name - The game tells you a map division name and you have to click on it - The game tells you a capital and you have to guess the division it belongs to - The game tells you a division and you have to guess its capital - The game shows you a map division flag and you have to guess its name - The game tells you a map division name and you have to guess its flag




Changelog:

New maps included:
Asia
Austria
Brazil
Canada
China
Italy by provinces
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
World




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 CIA Factbook info?

 
 by rraab on: May 4 2004
 
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I like it.

If you are needing information to display (such as flags, world, national, and state maps, continent, etc), you can always use:

http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html


Use perl/python and rip the info. For the most part, it is probably close to accurate.


Some time ago, I was going to build a multi-tier monopoly game that would allow you to move up only if you conquerored lower tiers. Each board was to represent a state -> nation -> continent -> world. The idea on that was to use geo and cultural info for the boards.


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 Re: CIA Factbook info?

 
 by TSDgeos on: May 4 2004
 
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Thanks for telling but already knew of it. For flags i prefer to use sodipodi flags collection and for maps i'm already using it but not directly as they need some preprocessing to make sure each country has a different color, etc


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 Keduca

 
 by elektroschock on: May 9 2004
 
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Do you make use of Kdeduca?


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 Re: Keduca

 
 by TSDgeos on: May 11 2004
 
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No, why do you ask?


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 Very Promising

 
 by Fermion on: May 11 2004
 
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As far as I know, there is no other Linux application that does what KGeography does, so this should prove very useful.

At the moment, the quizzes do not tell you which questions you got right or wrong do they?


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 Re: Very Promising

 
 by TSDgeos on: May 12 2004
 
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No, it does not tell you which questions you failed, i am currently thinking how to implement it, my options are:

1 - Tell the error when you fail the answer
2 - Tell the error when you fail the answer and tell the correct answer
3 - Tell all the errors you made once you answer all the questions
4 - Tell all the errors you made once you answer all the questions and tell the correct answers
5 - Don't let you pass a question until you answer it correctly (greying out previously failed answers)

Right now what i like the more is 3 and 5, any suggestion?


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 Re: Re: Very Promisi

 
 by Fermion on: May 12 2004
 
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Personally I prefer methods 2 or 5, but that's just my opinion.

Another feature that you could aim to implement in the future could be a sort of 'practice' mode that allows you to click on any country to see some data on it, perhaps data that's updated from the net?


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 Just an idea..

 
 by qeldroma on: May 25 2004
 
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Beside this functionallity, what about making sthg. like an "fly-over", where all interesting infos are asked?
And at the end, you get a summary of your knowledge?

This way would connect the informations in a more visual way..

P.e.:
starting in denmark, showing the capitol-city and the east and north-sea and legoland(a must for childrens, i think ;-)).
Going on to germany over hamburg, showing the river elbe and perhaps some important buildings...etc


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 Cool links

 
 by kdeappsce on: Dec 25 2004
 
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Nice app; I thought you'll also like the following links:

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/states_experiment_drag-drop_Intermed_State15s_500.html

http://www.lizardpoint.com/fun/geoquiz/euroquiz.html

http://www.lizardpoint.com/fun/geoquiz/afrquiz.html


Thanks for your work,



ce


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 Re: Cool links

 
 by Bubble on: Dec 27 2004
 
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I built a rpm for SuSE 9.1 ... I wrote an email to the adress that is standing on the hompage. Maybe you can use it...

Raphael 'Hubble' Errani


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 RPM Suse92 Kde34b

 
 by linux3114a on: Apr 8 2005
 
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kgeography-0.3-s92k34b.i586.rpm at
http://home.tiscali.be/raoul.linux/download.htm


Raoul
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