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Learn GIS – An Introduction to GIS

By: GIS Geography · Last Updated: October 25, 2020

WHAT IS GIS?

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Learn how to perform GIS analysis with vector and raster data. This section covers all the basics you need to know to get started in GIS.

First, it includes a complete guide to Geographic Information Systems. Second, it contains a glossary of all the most common terms in GIS. Finally, it has a list of 1000+ applications and uses in GIS.

GIS ANALYSIS

Advanced GIS Analysis Layers
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn how to perform GIS analysis with vector and raster data. This section covers all the basics you need to know to get started with geospatial analysis. See exactly how to use geoprocessing tools, edit data, and transform your tables into geographic information.

CAREER

GIS Analyst
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn how to accelerate your career in GIS with training, certification, and job opportunities. We have sources for you to tap into to help you get your foot in the door with a GIS job.

GEODATA

Geodata
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn how to tap into the different souces of GIS data and satellite imagery available. This section covers raster and vector data types, GIS file formats and databases.

CARTOGRAPHY

Cartography and Mapping
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn how to make the most out of your maps and to build unbeatable maps. You’ll learn all the different map types, cartographic elements, and example maps.

MAP PROJECTIONS

Coordinate Systems and Map Projections
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn the various coordinate systems, map projections we use in GIS. You’ll learn the concepts of geodesy, datums and developable surfaces and how it relates to cartography.

REMOTE SENSING

Remote Sensing
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn what remote sensing is and how we use it in every day life. You’ll learn the concepts of remote sensing analysis and image classification with a focus on satellites, LiDAR and drones.

GIS SOFTWARE

GIS Software Hub
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn about all the GIS software available in the industry with reviews and how-to guides. The focus is on Esri ArcGIS and QGIS – the top proprietary and open software in use today. It’s not only GIS software, but we explore CAD, LiDAR, and remote sensing software.

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