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Visualizing and Analyzing Data Using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) in Your Research: Part II

Visualizing and Analyzing Data Using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) in Your Research: Part II

Advance Your GIS Skills!

Understand the concepts and fundamentals needed to further your GIS skills in exploring and analyzing spatial data. Discover how GIS can further your research!  Open to students, faculty and staff.

Attendees will be able to:

  1. navigate GIS software
  2. use geoprocessing tools
  3. apply spatial data in your research project
  4. use spatial analysis techniques

Hands-on portion of the workshop will use ESRI’s ArcGIS.
Participants are required to bring a PC laptop or dual OS boot Mac to the session. ArcGIS is only supported on the PC.

 

Workshop is coordinated by subject librarians:
Stacy Curry-Johnson, Librarian for Geospatial Data and Systems
Sue Widmer, Librarian for Economics
Frank Lester, Librarian for Political Science, Datasets & Statistics, and Government Information.

Date:
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Time:
1:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:
612A Central Library
Campus:
Central Library
Categories:
  Research Hacks  

Event Organizer

Frank Lester
Stacy Curry-Johnson
Susan (Sue) Widmer