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Spatial Prioritization Widget for Web AppBuilder

Spatial Prioritization Widget for Web AppBuilder

Spatial Prioritization Widget for Web AppBuilder “Map once, use many times” has been a guiding principle at NOAA when planning data acquisition. But how do you determine the areas that will be most beneficial for the greatest number of stakeholders? NCCOS has used a collaborative GIS process to prioritize seafloor mapping needs. We have created a widget for the Web ...

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Deep-sea Corals of the USA: Surveys, Maps, Models, and Visualization

Deep-sea Corals of the USA: Surveys, Maps, Models, and Visualization

Deep-sea Corals of the USA: Surveys, Maps, Models, and Visualization Deep-sea corals and sponges provide valuable habitat, and have progressively gained protection in U.S. waters since the 1980s. NOAA’s Deep Sea Coral Research and Technology Program maintains a national database to inform exploration and resource management. Recently a regional GIS geodatabase for the Southeast U.S. has been created to display ...

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Project Badweyn: Mapping Somali Coastal Resources

Project Badweyn: Mapping Somali Coastal Resources

Project Badweyn: Mapping Somali Coastal Resources Project Badweyn is an online mapping tool for Somali communities, governments, and investors to visualize connections between coastal activities and resources, and identify places needing management and development plans. Data about Somali coastal resources are scarce, so we used publicly available data to display ranges of important species, habitats, and human activities. By surveying ...

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Esri UC Tech Session: Spatial Statistics: Best Practices

Esri 2011 UC Tech Session: Spatial Statistics: Best Practices

Esri 2011 UC Tech Session: Spatial Statistics: Best Practices Lauren Rosenshein and Lauren Scott present an analytical workflow and teach in detail how spatial pattern analysis and regression tools can be used and applied to your work. They talk about the art and science of finding a proper scale of analysis and introduce tools that will help you accomplish this.

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Modeling Spatial Relationships Using Regression Analysis

Esri 2014 UC Tech Session: Modeling Spatial Relationships Using Regression Analysis

Esri 2014 UC Tech Session: Modeling Spatial Relationships Using Regression Analysis This workshop covers regression analysis concepts for the analysis of geographic data. Regression analysis allows you to examine, model, and explore data relationships to help answer “why?” questions, such as “why do we see so much disease in particular areas?”

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Top 6 Best GIS Jobs a GIS graduate can do

Top 6 Best GIS Jobs a GIS graduate can do

Top 6 Best GIS Jobs a GIS graduate can do In the recent years, the GIS field has evolved enormously, due to the key role that it’s playing in our casual life facilitating everything related to geo-location. Let’s take for example Google maps: it’s bundling several complex services based on multiple GIS technics, ranging from cartography for visualization to programming ...

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Planning your GIS Career discussion with Nathan Heazlewood and Joseph Kerski

Planning your GIS Career discussion with Nathan Heazlewood and Joseph Kerski

Planning your GIS Career discussion with Nathan Heazlewood and Joseph Kerski Planning your GIS Career – A discussion with Nathan Heazlewood and Joseph Kerski. Where has GIS been and where is GIS heading? What skills should you be acquiring? How can you market your GIS skills? What organizations should you consider? These and other strategies and advice are covered in ...

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Raster Data Theory: Raster Processing

Raster Data Theory (6/6): Raster Processing 3

Raster Data Theory: Raster Processing Because rasters are just grids of cells with numbers in them, one of the most important thing we can do with rasters is to “do math with them”. By doing mathematical operations on them we can come up with solutions to problems and the answers to questions.

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