Spatial coincidence, proximity, surface analysis, dispersion, and least-cost path analysis are some common spatial analysis done with raster GIS data.
What are buffers in GIS? A buffer is a reclassification based on distance: classification of within/without a given proximity. Buffering involves measuring distance outward in directions from an object. Buffering can be done on all three types of vector data: point, line, area. The resulting buffer is a polygon file. […]
GIS and its role in increasing productivity for businesses is part of an article in Globe and Mail. The article also features Alex Miller, president of ESRI Canada who is quoted, “Every government and every business needs to know where things are, where people are, how processes work, and how […]