Esri has published a new companion book to “The ArcGIS Book: 10 Big Ideas about Applying Geography to Your World” that provides corresponding lessons and activities linked to each chapter.
In the world of personalized GIS, software being developed that can adapt to our behaviors and know what we need before having to request it or it can give us recommendations based on what tastes we have or have had in the past or based on others’ preferences.
Multi-view GIS provides different perspectives of space and time for a given geographic area. There are many ways in which multiple views can be created using GIS software such as ringmaps and augmented reality.
The need to understand emergent phenomenon in a variety of fields has led to not only greater use of agent-based models (ABMs), but we are increasingly seeing tools that integrate GIS with ABMs.
This tutorial by Nick Williams, a MapInfo trainer at Acuity Training, aims to provide an example of how data analysis and cleansing using Excel can be combined with presentation and mapping using MapInfo.
An open source application by definition is software that you can freely access and modify the source code for. Open source projects typically are worked on by a community of volunteer programmers. Open source GIS programs are based on different base programming languages. Three main groups of open source GIS […]