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Creating and Finding Vector Data: GIS Vector Data Theory

Creating and Finding Vector Data: GIS Vector Data Theory (14)

Creating and Finding Vector Data: GIS Vector Data Theory Although there is a lot of GIS data available for everyone to use, needing to create your own data. There are several techniques for creating vector data. Those techniques are overviewed in this video and some important issues regarding data quality are addressed.

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Shapefile vs. Layer File – GIS Vector Data Theory

Shapefile vs. Layer File – GIS Vector Data Theory (13)

Shapefile vs. Layer File – GIS Vector Data Theory In GIS, it is important to distinguish between the data itself and the way the data is represented for any particular purpose. This goes to the heart of the distinction between shapefiles (or other data storage formats) and layer files. It is important to understand this distinction and use it efficiently ...

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Cyber-GIS: Using Geography to Focus Cyber Security on Mission Outcomes

Cyber-GIS: Using Geography to Focus Cyber Security on Mission Outcomes

Cyber-GIS: Using Geography to Focus Cyber Security on Mission Outcomes During the next installment of the National Security Webinar series, we’ll discuss how geography can bring a critical new level of understanding to your cyber security efforts, especially related to mission impact. Tie your missions and operations, and the people and organizations that conduct them, to the activities / events ...

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Geography Colloquium: Where The Animals Go: Big data and design

Geography Colloquium: Where The Animals Go: Big data and design

Geography Colloquium: Where The Animals Go: Big data and design Location: Belfer Case Study Room, CGIS South S020 Date: Sept 18th, 2017 5:00pm – 7:00pm For thousands of years, tracking animals has meant following their physical traces – footprints, fallen feathers and nests. But cutting-edge geospatial technology is revolutionising our ability to map their movements and behaviour. GIScientist James Cheshire ...

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Know how cloud is bringing ease in use of geospatial data and services

Know how cloud is bringing ease in use of geospatial data and services

Know how cloud is bringing ease in use of geospatial data and services In an exclusive interview with Geospatial World, PS Acharya discusses how is cloud bringing ease in use of geospatial data and services. Acharya is a scientist, Adviser, and CEO of National Spatial Data Infrastructure(NSDI) and also serving as an associate head of NRDMS-NSDI.

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Anatomy of a Shapefile – GIS Vector Data Theory

Anatomy of a Shapefile – GIS Vector Data Theory (11)

Anatomy of a Shapefile – GIS Vector Data Theory The shapefile format is a very common way to store GIS data. It is also commonly used to share and exchange GIS data. Shapefiles can be read by most all GIS software packages that can work with vector data. This video breaks down the structure of a shape file and explains ...

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What is Feature Class? – GIS Vector Data Theory

What is Feature Class? – GIS Vector Data Theory (12)

What is Feature Class? – GIS Vector Data Theory “Feature Class” can be used in two different ways in GIS. There is a “broad” meaning of the term and a “narrow” meaning of the term. Whenever we are creating GIS datasets, we want to organize our features into feature classes in the broad sense to facilitate our analysis.

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Network Analysis Tutorial: Introduction to Networks

Network Analysis Tutorial: Introduction to Networks

Network Analysis Tutorial: Introduction to Networks From online social networks such as Facebook and Twitter to transportation networks such as bike sharing systems, networks are everywhere, and knowing how to analyze this type of data will open up a new world of possibilities for you as a Data Scientist. This course will equip you with the skills to analyze, visualize, ...

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