How do you cite GIS materials such as map, GIS data, and GIS software? Listed here are examples on how to cite GIS work.
All the uproar over Apple’s Map app debacle shows that at the end of the day, all the whizz bang over flyovers, 3D renderings, and turn-by-turn voice directions can’t make up for bad data. In addition to lacking much of the geographic data and street level imagery that Google Maps […]
Today marks the latest release of Apple’s mobile operating system which also means the default map app on the iOS devices changes from Google to an Apple version. Google’s Map app was the preloaded mapping app for iPhones and iPads but Apple made the move earlier this year to dump […]
MapPad is MapCite’s mobile reporting app which allows for field mapping and data gathering. MapPad is part of MapCite’s suite of ready-to-go geographic data collection and mapping focused solutions. As mentioned in a previous article reviewing MapCite’s Excel spreadsheet and web mapping offerings, MapCite’s focus is to offer a reasonable […]
Robert Lang has contributed this GIS tutorial on using publicly available hurricane mapping sites to understand hurricane tracks. Exploratory questions are posted within the steps of this hurricane track tutorial. Hurricanes are an example of a natural hazard that can be investigated in the Key Stage 3 Geography national curriculum […]
Building a collection of reference and academic texts on GIS can be costly. There are some free online source materials that can be a valuable contribution, especially if your book budget is nonexistent. Most of these free GIS books are available in downloadable PDF format and can be read from […]
Crowd-funding sites have allowed artists and individual entrepreneurs a footing to convert concepts into reality. The Kickstarter site works by allowing individuals to post a project idea and solicit funds within a limited timeframe. Investors can support a project they like in amounts as small as $1. Funding levels are […]