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Selection by Location – The Core Vector GIS Toolkit

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Selection by Location – The Core Vector GIS Toolkit Selection by location is the geographic equivelent of selection by location. Selection by location allows us to select features based on their spatial relationships with one another. Mathematically, there is a limited number of relationships objects can have with one another in a GIS, so it is important to understand them.

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Selection by Attribute – The Core Vector GIS Toolkit

Selection by Attribute – The Core Vector GIS Toolkit (2)

Selection by Attribute – The Core Vector GIS Toolkit Being able to select information by attribute is a critical skill for anyone who wants to develop basic GIS proficiency. It allows analysts to have access to all of the information in attribute tables and access certain features that match certain criteria.

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GIS in Public Safety: Seattle Police Department

GIS in Public Safety: Seattle Police Department

GIS in Public Safety: Seattle Police Department GIS is the foundation of Seattle PD’s information system. Its biggest test is the Torchlight Parade, which is the highlight of the Seafair celebration each summer. Learn more, here: http://ift.tt/2xO99Cr

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Introducing Core GIS Toolkit: The Core Vector GIS Toolkit

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Introducing Core GIS Toolkit: The Core Vector GIS Toolkit GIS software provides a sophisticated tool set for solving problems and answering questions. However, most of the tools, and especially the most powerful, are rather abstract. Learning how these tools work is a very important part of learning GIS and geospatial analysis. We are going to be talking about what I ...

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Using FOSS4G to solve Big Data challenges at the NREL

Using FOSS4G to solve Big Data challenges at the NREL

Using FOSS4G to solve Big Data challenges at the NREL Large spatio-temporal data sets are a common aspect of the geospatial work carried out at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golder Colorado USA. Currently, a stack of FOSS/FOSS4G tools is being used to perform analyses on such data sets. This presentation will explain how a combination of Python ...

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Rainfall Variability and Drought in the Hawaiian Islands

Rainfall Variability and Drought in the Hawaiian Islands

Rainfall Variability and Drought in the Hawaiian Islands This webinar was conducted as part of the Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series, held in partnership by the USGS National Climate Change and Wildilfe Science Center and the USFWS National Conservation Training Center. Webinar Description: Drought is a prominent feature of the climate of Hawai‘i with severe impacts in multiple ...

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Metadata and Documentation: GIS Vector Data Theory

Metadata and Documentation: GIS Vector Data Theory (15)

Metadata and Documentation: GIS Vector Data Theory Doumenting your data and work is so important in GIS. You can lose so much time and money by not having proper documation for your data and procedures. Plus, data without documentation may simply not be useable for many purposes. There are GIS metadata standards that are in use across companies and agencies. ...

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Geospatial Big Data Solutions

ABCD-GIS Mansour Raad “Geospatial Big Data Solutions”

Geospatial Big Data Solutions By Mansour Raad, BigData Advocate, Senior Software Architect, Esri Abstract: Some say that BigData is about volume, velocity, variety. I say it is more about when the traditional means are failing you. In this talk, in-production examples of the usage of BigData in a geospatial context will be presented ranging from the Port or Rotterdam to ...

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