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Scale Matters : Maps and Scale Bars

Scale Matters : Maps and Scale Bars

Discover why and how scale matters in geography education, with real-world examples using fieldwork, GIS, and much more. This video discusses scale bars on maps and their implications and applications.

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Introduction to Thematic-Mapping

Introduction to Thematic-Mapping

This lecture introduces thematic mapping techniques within a larger taxonomy of map types. Topics covered include history, various thematic map types, typical problems and typical techniques for thematic mapping with a nod to ArcGIS processes for this type of mapping

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How to Build the Map of the Future?

How to Build the Map of the Future?

Finally, a map that understands you. Introducing the Hexagon Smart M.App – these streamlined and lightweight market applications solve unique business problems. Each Hexagon Smart M.App combines multi-source content, sophisticated analytics and tailored workflows, fused together into a dynamic user experience.

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What is mapping?

What is mapping?

If you’re interested in making maps and know nothing about them, this would be a good place to start. What does it mean to make a map, and what is GIS?

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GIS Fundamentals: Projections and Map Design

GIS Fundamentals: Projections and Map Design

This course is the second in the “Geographic Information Systems Fundamentals” series, designed for beginners interested in learning more about GIS or students and professionals looking for a refresher. The course will continue with core concepts of GIS covered in the first course of the series. We’ll use Esri’s ArcGIS software to make a basic basemap of a neighborhood in ...

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Maps and Represenation

Maps and Represenation

A video lecture designed for teaching at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). it take a tour over the Maps and Represenation

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Use of cartographical Open Data in the context of the project SITAN

Use of cartographical Open Data in the context of the project SITAN

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to take stock of the availability, integration and use of cartographic Open Data within the research project of the Department of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (DADU) of the University of Sassari named “Creation and activation of the Sardinian node of the national network for the collective construction of the Web GIS of the ...

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