GIS

Turning Up the Speed of GIS with MapInfo Raster

Turning Up the Speed of GIS with MapInfo Raster

Spatial analysis is about releasing insights from data and visualizing it in a way that can be easily communicated. Before we get to the maps, it’s all about the data. Unfortunately, our ability to process and present data has been limited by the capabilities of the available GIS applications; big datasets have traditionally represented a trade-off between long waiting times ...

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Google Earth Mapping vs iBase MapInfo Mapping

Google Earth Mapping vs iBase MapInfo Mapping

Exploring the functionality of Google Earth and iBase MapInfo within IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook. IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook® is a visual intelligence analysis environment that can optimise the value of massive amounts of information collected by government agencies and businesses. It allows analysts to quickly collate, analyse and visualise data from disparate sources while reducing the time required to discover ...

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Using a Tablet PC and a GPS Receiver in ArcGIS

Using a Tablet PC and a GPS Receiver in ArcGIS

This short demonstration gives a tutorial on how to map in ArcGIS software using a tablet PC with a GPS receiver attached. Equipment used: Tablet PC is an HP 2710P, the GPS receiver attaches at the USB port and is made by Rayming, and the software is ESRI’s ArcGIS

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AutoCAD Map 3D – Expedite Common Tasks with More Than Just a GIS Application

AutoCAD Map 3D – Expedite Common Tasks with More Than Just a GIS Application

AutoCAD Map 3D is not just a fully functional geographic information system (GIS) application. Learn how AutoCAD Map 3D can also provide a suite of versatile utilities that can save you countless hours by expediting common tasks. AutoCAD Map 3D has everything to do with data which all architects, subcontractors, engineers and manufacturers deal with daily. Additional features discussed will ...

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