In this session we'll cover how to create a GIS layer from your own tabular address data or X/Y coordinate data, and touch on the spatial join technique to associate your data with other spatial features (e.g., which Census Tract each address is in). Also, we'll go over tools in the Proximity Toolset that will help you analyze nearest features, features within given distances, and measure distances between features.
Some knowledge of GIS concepts is helpful.
|Closed||Thu 10/10/13||1:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Bostock Library Room 023 (Library Classroom)||Mark Thomas, Map & GIS Librarian, Data and GIS Services|
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