Article source: HarvardCGA
This is a tutorial by Suzanne Blier and Ben Lewis of Harvard University showing how to create map layers, link to media (such as images and video), label, and symbolize features within WorldMap.
Posts Tagged ‘gis’
Article source: richwareham
In this talk (which was recorded as a dry run for a seminar) Rich presents a very brief introduction to the Python programming language from the point of view of someone wanting to perform data manipulation on geographic data. He outlines what a GIS is (essentially the meeting point between computers and map-making) and cover some issues to do with raster data on the Earth’s surface.
He covers the importance of choosing your sampling wisely, how to generate contoured heigh plots, faux 3d-shared relief maps, slope and aspect plots. Then there is a discussion about some simple de-noising strategies for freely accessible data and investigate a strange phenomenon in Oxfordshire.
Article source: ESRIEdTeam
Examining 1 Day of Severe Storms with GIS, All Sections. Using ArcGIS for Desktop (with some online data) to examine the spatial and temporal aspects of one day of tornadoes, windstorms, and hailstorms, including the tornado at the St Louis Airport.
Article source: geographyuberalles
Investigating Tornadoes in USA Using ArcGIS Online, Part 1. What are the spatial and temporal patterns of tornadoes, at different scales? Explore these and other questions through this video. An accompanying lesson and set of data exists on ArcLessons and on www.argis.com (ArcGIS Online), respectively.
Stewart Bruce of Washington College gave this tutorial as part of the GT101 course. This demo of how to make an actual layout in ArcGIS ArcMap will show you some tips and ticks to good layouts by running through a complete layout exercise. More information on our GT-101 course can be found at http://geoworkshops.org and more information on the Washington College GIS program can be found at http://gis.washcoll.edu
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Washington College provides self-paced virtual instruction for the working professional who wants to develop or expand their knowledge of ArcGIS Desktop, ENVI EX, and Trimble GPS. You may start a workshop at any time.
These workshops were developed with funding through the Maryland Higher Education Commission, and the Governor’s Office for Crime Control & Prevention.
All workshops are available to anyone with an interest in Geospatial Technology at a cost of $800 per workshop. There is a 10% discount when you register for 2 or more workshops. Group rate discounts are available for organizations.
GT 101: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Basics
This workshop covers the basics of GIS for the novice by exploring Google Earth and ArcGIS Desktop. You will learn the ArcMap and ArcCatalog interfaces as well as how to classify a map and make a professional map layout.
GT 102: Introduction to ArcGIS Spatial and Information Analysis Tools
Geoprocessing tools, projections, and other spatial query tools will be examined along with information fundamentals such as querying, joining, and relating to allow you to create and modify tabular data.
GT 201: Managing Spatial Data in ArcGIS
After learning more about geodatabases, this workshop will cover more complex spatial processing tools such as digitizing, georeferencing, spatial adjustment, and raster data manipulation.
GT 202: Data Management in ArcGIS
In addition to discovering the fundamentals of geocoding, students will learn advanced data manipulation skills including annotation and labeling, hyperlinking, and other advanced attribute tricks.
GT 301: ArcGIS Spatial Analysis
The ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension is the focus of this workshop. Students will learn the basics on how to deal with DEM’s and create slopes and contours. More advanced analysis on density mapping, site suitability analysis and least cost path modeling are also taught.
GT 302: ArcGIS 3D Analysis
Using the ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension, the student will learn how to create 3D community visualizations, construct terrain modeling, and build a 3D model of a building. All of this will culminate in learning how to produce animated movies of the 3D environment.
GT 401: Remote Sensing with ENVI EX
The field of remote sensing is introduced focusing on basic multispectral analysis and step-by-step image analysis exercises. Exercises include image classification, rule based feature extraction, and image difference change detection.
GT 402: Trimble GPS and Processing
This workshop focuses on obtaining useful & accurate data with Trimble GeoXt/XH GPS units, Pathfinder Office, and Terrasync. Skills covered include the basics of accurate GPS data collection, the application of real-time & post processed differential correction techniques, & creation of custom data dictionaries.
Article source: GoogleDevelopers
Building a robust interactive map with a lot of data involves more than just adding a few placemarks. Josh Livni and Mano Marks of Google Geo Developers Team talk about integrating Google Earth and Google Maps with existing GIS software, importing data from shapefiles and other formats, map projections, and techniques for managing, analyzing, and rendering large datasets. Brian Flood talks about ArcEarth by Arc2Cloud which is a bridge software between Esri’s ArcGIS and Google Maps and Google Earth.