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GEOG0349

Advanced GIS-Geoprocessing

GEOG 0349 Advanced GIS - Geoprocessing (Fall)
In this course we will explore means of automating geoprocessing tasks in a GIS. We will introduce basic programming concepts and fundamental aspects of scripting. Scripting provides a convenient way to automate repetitive geoprocessing tasks to maintain consistency and reduce the possibility of human error. It is particularly helpful in working with the large datasets that are becoming increasingly common across fields such as geography, environmental science, biology, and geology. We will work with previously created data sets for laboratory exercises, and students will have the opportunity to work with their own data in an independent project. (GEOG 0320 or approval of instructor). 3 hrs. lect./ 3 hrs. lab
Subject:
Geography
Department:
Geography
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED

Sections

Fall 2010

GEOG0349A-F10 Lecture (Kugler)
GEOG0349Z-F10 Lab (Kugler)