We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byTimothy McGinnis
Modified over 3 years ago
© 2009, Mercury Z, inc. GIS Bring IT On GIS…..The What and the Where Physical Entities Rivers, Roads, Buildings, Towns…identify these as having locations Familiar Applications Google Earth, MapQuest, GPS …predominately navigational Other Spatial Related Entities Pandemics, Economics, Law Enforcement…identify these as events….but they too have a spatial component
© 2009, Mercury Z, inc. GIS Bring IT On GIS…..The What and the Where 80% of Data has a Spatial Component Pandemic….spans geography, populations, time Economics….bank failures impact communities far beyond the location of the parent corporation Law Enforcement…crime analysis demands complex analysis of numerous variables as they relate to location
© 2009, Mercury Z, inc. GIS Bring IT On GIS…..The What and the Where Some of the Differentiators of GIS? The ability to relate data in a spatial context enabling complex spatial analysis The ability to perform predictive analysis The ability to do what if analysis The ability to evaluate information over time Provide a defensible data source for decision making Perceptual to Factual….a picture is worth a thousand words
© 2009, Mercury Z, inc. GIS Bring IT On GIS…..The What and the Where Key Considerations Needs and Requirements...the who, the what, the how Establish accurate data sources…understand data sharing can promote accuracy and reduce costs Determine roles and responsibility…authors, editors, viewers Remember ….just because you can doesnt mean you should. Evaluate the data and its uses.
Copyright : Hi Tech Criminal Justice, Raymond E. Foster Police Technology Police Technology Chapter Five Police Technology Geographic Information.
Geographic Information System Geog 258: Maps and GIS February 17, 2006.
Spatial ETL 1 April 2006 v Spatial ETL Bringing the Power of Location to Applications.
GIS and Global Technologies Lecture 1 Mrs. Burgess.
Innovative spatial data applications for disaster risk reduction and response Abhas K. Jha Sector Manager, Transport, Urban and DRM, East Asia and the.
GIS 421 UNDERSTANDING AND INTERPRETING MAPS. Outline Introduction to Maps Types of Maps Map Elements Map Uses and Interpretation Problems Interpreting.
School Improvement and Community Renewal John West-Burnham.
The Geographer’s Tools. Mapping the World ► ► Cartographers, or mapmakers, have been making maps of the world for thousands of years. Today’s cartographers.
What is Social Studies?. Social Studies is the integrated study of the social sciences and humanities to promote civic competence. To simplify… social.
Study Site Presentation – NIGG BAY TORRY REGENERATION PROJECT NIGG BAY Barry Bleichner – Univ. of Aberdeen Peter Inglis – Aberdeen City Council.
M&E of Programs and the Data Infrastructure: GIS as the Rosetta Stone John Spencer MEASURE Evaluation.
The Development of Public Sector Public Finance 4.
U SING G EOGRAPHY TO S TRENGTHEN THE D ECISION -M AKING P ROCESS.
Geographic Information System - ArcView University at Buffalo Summer Institute 2003 May 12, 2003.
Who are we? -Group of active climate researchers with diversified expertise in a wide range of disciplines relevant to climate science, including atmosphere,
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Epidemiology and Public Health.
Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 9 -1 “Organizations are most vulnerable when they are at the peak of their success.”
GIS Data & Simple Analyses for Guatemala Including collected and generated data for Guatemala as well as some basic regional statistics calculated for.
Chapter 1 – A Geographer’s World Section Notes Studying Geography Geography Themes and Essential Elements The Branches of Geography Video Impact of Studying.
NR 322: What is GIS? Jim Graham Fall What is GIS? Geographic Information System? Geographic Information Science? A system that provides the ability.
June 15, 2015June 15, 2015June 15, THE COURSE Mapping and Surveying Geographical Information Systems Importance of Data Global Positioning Systems.
1 First Day Data Sheet – fill out and bring to lab tomorrow Syllabus – go over.
Themes & Essential Elements. Human Geography Studies distribution and characteristics of the world’s people (where people live and what they do) Examines.
The Seven Continents of Earth By Picture of Continents.
NOTE: To change the image on this slide, select the picture and delete it. Then click the Pictures icon in the placeholder to insert your own image. “Smartphones,
GIS at CCP Meeting with ESL Students October 24 th & 25 th 2007.
Topic: What is a GIS?. Spatial Data: Data with a “spatial component” describing where something is located in on the earth. Formal Definition of GIS:
how many people in the community need your services? where is the greatest need in your service area? why serve this population not that one? where should.
GIS in Connecticut Education and Training Working Group.
Introduction to Remote Sensing. Contents What’s GIS Limitation of Classical Map Usefulness of GIS Geographical Data Improvement of GIS in Korea GIS in.
Geography & Technology. Remember... Geographers try to answer three questions: –Where are things located on Earth? –What are the connections between people.
Geography For Life The National Geography Standards.
Background, Philosophical Basis and Principles of Behavior.
Birds of Feather Session 4: Context areas beyond traditional CS and GIS Participants (in alphabetical order): Peggy Agouris Arie Croitoru Pete Doucette.
Six Elements, Eighteen Standards of Geography (from Geography for Life)
SOME TOOLS OF THE TRADE GEOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES. WHAT IS GIS ? Geographic Information Systems A GIS is a powerful computer mapping and analysis system Links.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings. Philosophical Foundations Chapter 3.
Geography is part of our everyday lives. Geography Matters!
Curriculum Project Garred Kirk. EARL 1: Civics The student understands and applies knowledge of government, law, politics, and the nation’s fundamental.
The Geographer’s Tools. Differences Between Maps and Globes A globe is an accurate, three- dimensional model of the earth. Maps are less accurate than.
Holt McDougal, Studying Geography The Big Idea The study of geography and the use of geographic tools helps us view the world in new ways. Main Ideas Geography.
Case Studies in Developing Countries Introduction The case study has been especially used in social science research, such as, human geography,
UNIT 1: TOOLS OF GEOGRAPHY RHS-ANDERSON All graphics are clip art or from
Presented by the American Statistical Association.
Looking at the Earth Chapter One Thinking Like a Geographer.
Geography Tools Zombie-Based Learning Project 01 - Lesson 01 De Geograaf (The Geographer) by JOHANNES VERMEER
GIS FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. WHAT DOES GIS STAND FOR? Hardware and Software Data Mapping Standards GIS Savvy Users GIS G eographic I nformation S ystems.
Using the Early Development Instrument to Support School Readiness NURTURING NEW ROOTS Supporting the Newcomer Family 6 th Ontario Professional Development.
UNIT 1 - MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO GEOSPATIAL SYSTEMS Created by the Centers for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT)
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.