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Panel: The National System for Geospatial Intelligence

Panel: The National System for Geospatial Intelligence

Panel: The National System for Geospatial Intelligence This GEOINT 2017 panel discussion is moderated by Keith J. Masback, CEO, USGIF. Panelists are: Robert Cardillo, Director, NGA; COL Steven D. Fleming, Ph.D., U.S. Army (retired), Professor of the Practice of Spatial Sciences, Spatial Sciences Institute, USC; Dr. Joseph F. Fontanella, Director, U.S. Army Geospatial Center; Dr. Suzette Kimball, Director, Civil Applications ...

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Insights for ArcGIS

Insights for ArcGIS

Insights for ArcGIS Insights for ArcGIS extends the capability for spatial analysis for the ArcGIS Platform. It is designed to simply and quickly ask your data questions; get answers, and visualize that data in a highly interactive workspace. Insights is a fusion of geographic visualization and data analysis that creates a new workflow for doing iterative spatial analysis and knowledge ...

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How Modern GIS is Transforming Mapping

How Modern GIS is Transforming Mapping

How Modern GIS is Transforming Mapping Since 1981, Scott Morehouse has led the vision and organized the efforts to build commercial GIS software at Esri. He and his colleagues worked together to transform the set of early GIS concepts into numerous product releases, resulting in a great transformation in the role of mapping. In this video, Morehouse discusses the implications ...

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Overview of Spatial Econometric Models

Overview of Spatial Econometric Models

Overview of Spatial Econometric Models A general overview about how Spatial Econometric Models are structured, with some readings and drawbacks. We discuss three three main ways that regression models can spatially interact.

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Making Spatial Weights

Making Spatial Weights: Part One

Making Spatial Weights A primer on Spatial Weights Matrices, different options, ways to standardize them, and things you MUST understand before creating them. Queen, Rook, Distance, Cliff-Ord, Exogeneity, non-spatial weights, and more! In Part Two, we will create many weights matrices and use them to compute spatial correlations, and see if different ones matter.

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Spatial Correlation (Moran’s I) and Contiguity

Spatial Correlation (Moran’s I) and Contiguity

Spatial Correlation (Moran’s I) and Contiguity We explore Contiguity (or Neighbor Matrices) and Spatial Correlation using ans Excel file– so we can change the values of the hypothetical data and see how it impacts the spatial correlation. Download File: http://ift.tt/2sxnCme

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