Outlined below are peer-to-peer resources that GIS professionals can utilize to help guide them through their technical questions, and connect with other GIS professionals.
Turn unmeasurable goals into quantifiable indicators by mapping social capital strength of service oriented nonprofits, NGOs, or government agencies. Whether the need is to prove organizational efficacy, evaluate organizational reach, or demonstrate resource connectivity, social network mapping with GIS tools can bring the often fuzzy field of social science measurement to a new level of clarity by using social capital as a metric.
Waze has a free social mobile application that uses real-time input from local drivers to update traffic conditions for other users. Currently, those with iPhone and Android phones can download the free application. When the application is left open on their phones, real-time GPS information about the speed of the […]