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We also review a number of exploratory and confirmatory techniques that we feel should form the core of a spatial analysis module for a GIS. Unable to display preview.

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Geoinformation: Remote Sensing, Photogrammetry and Geographic Information Systems, Second Edition

Gould P Letting the data speak for themselves. Note that the french version of this page is more complete and might be more up-to-date. The objective of this course is to teach, in five days, the fundamentals of ArcGIS 9. Following this course, the student will be able to evaluate the utility of geographical information systems in scientific research, to integrate data coming from different sources into ArcGIS, to correctly map them and to process them in order to produce derived data.

We will also look at some elements of spatial statistics and geostatistics. The equivalent of a day and a half of classical lecture will introduce students to the basic principles of geographical information systems with focus on ArcGIS' distinctive features.

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The rest of the time will be devoted to practical exercises using ArcGIS. These exercises will allow students to integrate principles introduced during the lectures. ArcGIS introductions. Theory on geographical information systems. Spatial Analysis, Spatial Statistics and Geostatistics. Apatial Analysis in Ecology. GIS and Forestry.

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GIS in Hydrology. GIS and Environment. GIS in Health and epidemiology. Spatial Analysis and Statistics in Health and epidemiology.