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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Domain: A2 Cognitive abilities

TACE: A - Acquisition

Format: Talk, Workshop, IT
Suitable for: All

A wide array of tools are available to collect, store, transform and analyse spatial data – but ArcGIS and QGIS are among the most powerful and transferable. Whether your interest is in planning, biodiversity, landscape genetics, earth sciences, epidemiology, population, risk assessment, social analysis, transport etc. if you need to examine spatial pattern, this introduction is for you. This course consists of an introductory lecture followed by a practical workshop on either ArcGIS or QGIS. You must attend the introductory lecture but can choose to attend one or both practical workshops. Note: For training in the use of ArcGIS for qualitative analysis, please refer to the separate workshop ‘Qualitative GIS: An Introduction’.

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