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Hands-on GIS Census Workshop

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

I’ve posted the tutorials from the workshop I gave the other day for the NYCRDC. I’ve created a Resources page to hold resources hosted on this site – you can find them there, along with the datasets.

Overall I think it went rather well, but it was way too much material for a three hour workshop! We covered the intro slides, and Part I (Intro to GIS and ArcMap). I did an abridged version of Parts II (Intro to Layout View) and III (finding and downloading data, ArcCatalog, preprocessing in Excel) rather than doing all of II and none of III. The third part covers a lot that the standard ArcGIS texts gloss over (or leave out all together), so I really wanted to cover some of that material. But I couldn’t omit any of the basics in the first two parts, because you really need to know them before you can delve further (and understand why you’re delving). Ahhh, the steep learning curve of GIS!


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