Entrepreneurship success is often driven by important spatial patterns, particularly in relation to labor concentration, knowledge, and investment opportunities. GIS can reveal spatial approaches to making decisions on where to invest.
Football (or Soccer) is a game of tactics and knowing how to move players at the right place and time. This makes the game a spatial strategy game that GIS has practical applications in addressing.
Recent studies using GIS show that geographic factors continue to play a strong role in regulating social, economic, and general Internet use despite technologies that was purported to mitigate the effect of distance.
The application of plant biology with GIS has potentially important implications for the study of plant behavior affecting important factors such as the Earth’s climate and agricultural supplies.
With the utility of R, many popular statistical procedures and more advanced analyses, including a variety of simulation applications, can be applied directly within GIS tools such as QGIS.
Similar to the semantic web, techniques have been created for GIS, where finding and applying geospatial data requires protocols and standards that allow the large variety of data to be more easily searched.