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The use of GIS plays a large role in spatial-based digital humanities which has become one of the primary focus areas for many different types of humanities scholars.
Monitoring and studying wildlife habitats has long been a key focus within GIS.
Advertisers are becoming more sophisticated with the use of GIS as a way to better target their audiences.
Universities have the potential to display their campus maps with Esri’s Community Program.