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  • Background Trunk

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  • Spatial Data Task Branches

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  • Resource Roots

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    Background Trunk:

  • What is GIS?

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  • Geography for GIS

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  • Computing for GIS

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  • GIS Application Case Studies


  • Task Branches
    (List of Units):

    Unit branches are listed below. The starred (*) units may still be under development. The others may also be undergoing editing, but are available. Two example units to view are: Unit 13 and 33.
     

  • Accessing Spatial Data Sources

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  • Creating Digital Spatial Data

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  • Managing Spatial Data

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  • Analyzing Spatial Data

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  • Reporting on Spatial Data

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  • Implementing and Managing GIS

  • Accessing Spatial Data Sources
     
    UNIT 1 -
    data acquisition
     
    UNIT 2 -
    demographic data
     
    UNIT 3 -
    transportation networks
     
    UNIT 4 -
    land records
     
    UNIT 5 -
    * natural resources data
     
    UNIT 6 -
    terrain data
     
    UNIT 7 -
    using and interpreting metadata
     
    UNIT 8 -
    * error checking
     
    UNIT 9 -
    converting digital spatial data between formats, systems, and software
     
    UNIT 10 -
    projecting data
     
    UNIT 11 -
    registration and conflation
     


    Creating Digital Spatial Data
     
    UNIT 12 -
    Planning a digitizing project
     
    UNIT 13 -
    digitizing maps
     
    UNIT 14 -
    digitizing on-screen
     
    UNIT 15 -
    labeling
     
    UNIT 16 -
    planning a scanning project
     
    UNIT 17 -
    scanning maps
     
    UNIT 18 -
    scanning airphotos
     
    UNIT 19 -
    * planning a tabular database
     
    UNIT 20 -
    * using text editors
     
    UNIT 21 -
    * using spreadsheets
     
    UNIT 22 -
    * merging tabular data with spatial data
     
    UNIT 23 -
    creating maps with CAD
     
    UNIT 24 -
    collecting and using GPS data
     
    UNIT 25 -
    using CoGo
      

    Managing Spatial Data
     
    UNIT 26 -
    * editing point data
     
    UNIT 27 -
    * editing linear data
     
    UNIT 28 -
    editing polygon data
     
    UNIT 30 -
    validating databases
     
    UNIT 31 -
    * managing database files
     
    UNIT 32 -
    managing digital libraries
      

    Analyzing Spatial Data
     
    UNIT 33 -
    using buffering operators
     
    UNIT 34 -
    using overlay operators
     
    UNIT 35 -
    point in polygon operations, and line in polygon operations
     
    UNIT 36 -
    * using distance and connectivity operators
     
    UNIT 37/38 -
    * characterizing spatial neighborhoods or regions
     
    UNIT 39 -
    performing statistical analyses
     
    UNIT 40 -
    * using reclassification operators
     
    UNIT 41 -
    * using boolean search techniques
     
    UNIT 42 -
    using map algebra
     
    UNIT 43 -
    using derivative surface operators
     
    UNIT 45 -
    * using location/allocation operators
     
    UNIT 46 -
    address matching
      

    Reporting on Spatial Data
     
    UNIT 47 -
    on screen visualization
     
    UNIT 48 -
    designing products for printing
     
    UNIT 49 -
    * operating plotter/printer hardware
     
    UNIT 50 -
    * operating plotter/printer software
     
    UNIT 51 -
    preparing Digital Presentations
      

    Implementing and Managing GIS
     
    UNIT 52 -
    project management
     
    UNIT 53 -
    communicating about and distributing GIS products
      

    Resource Roots:

  • Articulation Agreements

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  • Example Courses

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  • Instructor Resources

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  • Needs Assessments


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