Basic Spatial Analysis Workshop

Spatial analysis techniques examine the locations, attributes, and relationships of features in spatial data. Learn how to use some of the fundamental yet powerful spatial analysis tools in GIS to investigate relationships in data based on:
Proximity
• What is the average distance between coal mines and their nearest river?
• How many historic bridges are within 5 miles of a major fault zone?
Overlay
• Which parcels are inside a flood zone area?
• What type of soils overlap with the wetlands in Clemson?
This workshop is intended for GIS users who are familiar with data models (vector, raster) and basic tabular operations with GIS. It is free for all Clemson students, staff, and faculty.
Friday, February 2, 2:00-5:00 pm, in Cooper Library 406A. Register at bit.ly/gisregister.
This is the fourth session in our GIS Fundamentals Workshop Series. Learn more at bit.ly/gisseries!

Friday, February 2 at 2:00pm to 5:00pm

Cooper Library, 406A
116 Sigma Dr., Clemson, SC 29634, USA

Event Type

Workshops

Departments

Center for Geospatial Technologies (CCGT), Centers and Institutes

Target Audience

Students, Staff, Faculty

Tags

GIS

Website

http://www.bit.ly/gisseries

Cost

Free

Contact Name:

Blake Lytle

Contact Phone:

864-656-9271

Contact Email:

balytle@clemson.edu

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