October 14th, 2011
Do you need to create your own spatial data? Do you have a set of addresses or zipcodes that you need to locate on a map? Did you get a set of GPS locations for your research project and don’t know how to plot it?
Then we have the right workshop for you!
Next Monday, October 17th, Patricia Carbajales will show you how to master these very important, but not so intuitive skills. This is a very practical workshop, so be ready to get your hands dirty with GIS data.
The topics included in this workshop are:
- Georeferencing images
- Importing GPS data
- Importing table data (Excel, .csv, Access)
- Joining Tables
- Geocoding (addresses, zipcodes)
When: Monday, October 17th, from 1pm to 4pm
Where: A65 classroom (Sub-basement of Mitchell Earth Sciences Building)
Who: Any Stanford patron with basic familiriaty with ArcGIS