In this course, you will learn how to find GIS data for your own projects, and how to create a well-designed map that effectively communicates your message. The first section focuses on the basic building blocks of GIS data, so that you know what types of GIS files exist, and the implications of choosing one type over another. Next, we'll discuss metadata (which is information about a data set) so you know how to evaluate a data set before you decide to use it, as well as preparing data by merging and clipping files as needed. We'll then talk about how to take non-GIS data, such as a list of addresses, and convert it into "mappable" data using geocoding. Finally, you'll learn about how to take data that you have found and design a map using cartographic principles. In the course project, you will find your own data and create your own quantitative map.
トロント大学（University of Toronto）
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GIS DATA ACQUISITION AND MAP DESIGN からの人気レビュー
A nice and well explained course again. i think if some sample data can be supplied to the trainees when you are demonstrating something in ArcGIS it would be more helpful to practice.
Very much helpful course. I would like to thank my teacher Don Boyes because for the amazing lectures that help me a lot to understand map design.
Great Course.It helps me to start as a beginner in the field of GIS. All the lectures are precise and full of practical examples.
A well-structured course. The instructor explains each concept in an interesting and simple manner.
GIS, Mapping, and Spatial Analysis専門講座について
This Specialization is for those new to mapping and GIS, as well as anyone looking to gain a better understanding of how it all works and why. You will learn practical skills that can be applied to your own work using cutting-edge software created by Esri Inc., the world's leading GIS company and our industry partner.