The ESRI Guide to GIS Analysis

Spatial Measurements & Statistics

Author: Andy Mitchell

Publisher: ESRI Guide to GIS Analysis

ISBN: 9781589481169

Category: Science

Page: 238

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The most commonly used spatial statistical tools are described in detail along with their applications in a range of disciplines, from crime analysis to habitat conservation. GIS users will learn how features are distributed, how to analyze the pattern created by the features, and how to determine the relationships between them.

Geospatial Analysis

A Comprehensive Guide to Principles, Techniques and Software Tools

Author: Michael John De Smith,Michael F. Goodchild,Paul Longley

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1905886608

Category: Mathematics

Page: 394

View: 1902

Addresses a range of analytical techniques that are provided within modern Geographic Information Systems and related geospatial software products. This guide covers: the principal concepts of geospatial analysis; core components of geospatial analysis; and, surface analysis, including surface form analysis, gridding and interpolation methods.

Modeling Our World

The ESRI Guide to Geodatabase Design

Author: Michael Zeiler

Publisher: ESRI, Inc.

ISBN: 9781879102620

Category: Computers

Page: 199

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Geographic data models are digital frameworks that describe the location and characteristics of things in the world around us. With a geographic information system, we can use these models as lenses to see, interpret, and analyze the infinite complexity of our natural and man-made environments. With the geodatabase, a new geographic data model introduced with ArcInfo 8, you can extend significantly the level of detail and range of accuracy with which you can model geographic reality in a database environment.

Handbook of Applied Spatial Analysis

Software Tools, Methods and Applications

Author: Manfred M. Fischer,Arthur Getis

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642036477

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 811

View: 8481

The Handbook is written for academics, researchers, practitioners and advanced graduate students. It has been designed to be read by those new or starting out in the field of spatial analysis as well as by those who are already familiar with the field. The chapters have been written in such a way that readers who are new to the field will gain important overview and insight. At the same time, those readers who are already practitioners in the field will gain through the advanced and/or updated tools and new materials and state-of-the-art developments included. This volume provides an accounting of the diversity of current and emergent approaches, not available elsewhere despite the many excellent journals and te- books that exist. Most of the chapters are original, some few are reprints from the Journal of Geographical Systems, Geographical Analysis, The Review of Regional Studies and Letters of Spatial and Resource Sciences. We let our contributors - velop, from their particular perspective and insights, their own strategies for m- ping the part of terrain for which they were responsible. As the chapters were submitted, we became the first consumers of the project we had initiated. We gained from depth, breadth and distinctiveness of our contributors’ insights and, in particular, the presence of links between them.

Identifikation und Analyse von Softwareclustern

Eine empirische Untersuchung anhand der Wirkungen von Clustereffekten

Author: Markus Eckrich

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 3658114746

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 264

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Markus Eckrich untersucht, ob Clustereffekte in der Softwareindustrie Unternehmen helfen, innovativer und produktiver zu werden. Der Autor führt anhand dieser beiden Wirkungen eine Identifikation und Analyse von Softwareclustern durch und wählt als Indikatoren die Patentdichte und die Arbeitsproduktivität. Neben der wissenschaftlichen Relevanz bietet das Buch auch für Softwareunternehmen (Standortstrategie) und die Politik (Wirtschaftsförderung) interessante Aspekte.

GIS in Land and Property Management

Author: Martin P. Ralphs,Peter Wyatt

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1134550936

Category: Science

Page: 416

View: 950

Economists, geographers and surveyors are beginning to recognise the powerful tool which a Geographical Information System (GIS) offers in effective property management. It provides a means of managing land and property information digitally and in a geographical context, and allows for rapid access to information and a means of analyzing that information in a geographical context. GIS in Land and Property Management shows how to use GIS, both in principle and in practice. It introduces digital mapping and GIS, along with a brief history of the development of GIS and LIS, all with an emphasis on property. In presenting the spectrum of GIS applications in property management it gives a number of case studies from a variety of market sectors, and it analyzes the issues to provide guidance and a number of recommendations for the implementation of GIS. At the same time common themes and issues are drawn out to present a coherent message for students and practitioners. The book is useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students on land management, built environment, economics and geography courses, and for property professionals, in both public and private sectors, looking to GIS as a property management decision aid.

Zeroing in

Geographic Information Systems at Work in the Community

Author: Andy Mitchell

Publisher: Esri Press

ISBN: 9781879102507

Category: Computers

Page: 114

View: 1138

The information in 'Zeroing In' presents how GIS affects the daily lives of all of us, those who use it as well as those who benefit from it. So read this book and you will begin to discover how you can use GIS in your work and your community.

A to Z GIS

An Illustrated Dictionary of Geographic Information Systems

Author: Tasha Wade,Shelly Sommer

Publisher: Esri Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Computers

Page: 268

View: 5471

Provides a collection of more than 1800 GIS terms and illustrations.

Mapping Global Cities

GIS Methods in Urban Analysis

Author: Ayse Pamuk

Publisher: Esri Press

ISBN: 9781589481435

Category: Computers

Page: 182

View: 5500

Describes how GIS is used in urban planning and policymaking.

Spatial Portals

Gateways to Geographic Information

Author: Winnie Tang,Jan Selwood

Publisher: Esri Press

ISBN: 9781589481312

Category: Science

Page: 179

View: 4823

Outlining the opportunities, developments, challenges, and issues that are impacting the geospatial industry, this guide discusses system design alterations, development, and management strategies for GIS professionals. Spatial portals and how they are revolutionizing the way people manage, find, share, and use geographic knowledge--from the local level to the world stage--are discussed. The manner in which spatial portals help people search for and access networks of relevant information held by local, state, and federal governments, and other organizations is also covered.

Designing Better Maps

A Guide for GIS Users

Author: Cynthia A. Brewer

Publisher: Esri Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Computers

Page: 203

View: 4966

A guide to map design covers such topics as resolution and viewing distance, fonts and symbols, colors, scale bars, and export options.

Mapping Our World

GIS Lessons for Educators

Author: Lyn Malone

Publisher: Esri Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Science

Page: 549

View: 7280

Providing a complete resource for any teacher seeking to bring GIS technology into the middle- or high-school classroom, this educational package is a comprehensive collection of world geography lessons, lesson plans, exercises, and assessment tools.

The GIS 20

Essential Skills

Author: Gina Clemmer

Publisher: Esri Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 140

View: 5444

The GIS 20 is a no-nonsense workbook that demonstrates how to perform twenty essential GIS skills as indicated by 500 GIS practitioners. Written for professionals with no time for classroom training, this book can be treated as a weekly self-assignment or an as-needed reference. Each chapter offers a handy checklist of basic functions and steps covered in the text, as well as executive level summaries of how the functions are commonly applied for different types of analysis. If you are a GIS beginner, The GIS 20: Essential Skills is your best friend.