Course Details and Schedule
This course covers how to find and convert geospatial data and prepare it for digital mapmaking in ArcGIS. This is the preliminary stage of GIS work - see below for training in mapmaking itself.
See below for course schedule
Streaming content via Web Mapping Services (WMS)
Locating and converting off-the-shelf geospatial data
Locating and converting geographic images
Preparing and plotting your own geographic data
||Postgraduate students, researchers, academics and anyone else interested in finding and converting geospatial data
||Basic familiarity with the Internet
||ArcGIS Desktop version 10
||Presentation with practical exercises
||You may also be interested in ArcGIS Desktop: ArcGIS Desktop
Course provider: Bodleian Libraries
Booking normally opens 30 days
before the course begins.
| 4th week
||Thursday 12 February
||0.00 ||Radcliffe Science Library, off Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3QP
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Frequency: This course runs once a year subject to teacher availability.