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Please Bookmark These!

  • “GIS @ OSU”

    • geo.oregonstate.edu/ucgis

  • Help with GIS

    • geo.oregonstate.edu/ucgis/gis_resources.html

  • ESRI site license info.

    • geo.oregonstate.edu/esri/

  • Geographic Information Science Certificates

    • geo.oregonstate.edu/gcert

  • Campus GIS assistant – Dori Dick - [email protected]

  • Marine and Coastal GIS Links - Davey Jones’ Locker

    • marinecoastalgis.net


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ESRI Virtual Campus (software training)FREE subscriptions to OSU students

training.esri.com

  • ArcGIS 9 and ArcGIS 10

  • Geodatabase Basics

  • Server GIS (ArcGIS Server)

  • ArcGIS Extensions

  • Map Projections

  • MUCH more!


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get course access code(s) from

Dori Dick

[email protected]

Free VC courses for OSUwww.geo.orst.edu/esri/esri_distrib.html#vc


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GEO 565 Bibliographies (Opt 1),Term Papers (Opt 2)All due 5:00 p.m., this FridayNO EXTENSIONS

Final Exam

Wednesday, March 16th, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Web Mashups (Opt 3) due also by 4:00 p.m.


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Final Exam

  • Format

    • Part 1 - Multiple choice on scantron/bring #2 pencil

    • Part 2 - Short answer

    • Comprehensive but w/more questions on 2nd half - again major concepts

    • Lecture PPTs

    • Your own notes

  • Will NOT include

    • "Web Sites of the Week”

    • Labs 1-5, 7-8


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Final Exam - cont.

  • Major Concepts

    • Some terms: SQL, ecological fallacy, mixel, spatial autocorrelation

    • Spatial analysis (lec. 11-12), 3-D, UCGIS research priorities, guest lectures

    • Distinguishing characteristics of GIS

    • Topology - the “diagram” may appear again

    • Object vs. field, vector vs. raster

    • Future of GIS

  • “Nasties”

    • Resolution of grid

    • GIS queries as part of an analysis step


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Where to Go From Here

  • Keep reading the geography/GIS literature and surfing the web

  • ArcUser, ArcNews, workbooks (GIS Tutorial, etc.)

  • Get an internship or research project

  • Go to conferences, workshops



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Recap

  • *this class was about theory, basic, fundamental concepts, SOME hands-on

    • based on a national curriculum

  • CONCEPTS - data model, data structure, topology, data compilation, process, analysis

    • What role does space have as a source for explanation & understanding?

  • TECHNIQUES - overlay, buffer, map algebra, interpolation

  • TOOLS - labs


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GISystems, GIScience and GIStudies

GISystems

GIScience

GIStudies


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GIScience, GISystems and GIStudies

  • GIScience – fundamental scientific issues arising from the use of GISystems (concepts, techniques)

  • GISystems – implement the storehouse of GIScience knowledge (tools, techniques)

  • GIStudies – how systems and science are embedded in a societal context


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Why speculate on the future?

  • May get something right!

  • Most of tomorrow’s systems are under development now. (UCGIS)

  • Some of tomorrow’s systems already exist, but are not diffused through the hierarchy of potential users.

  • Prepare for new hardware and software



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Geographic Information Science & Technology “Body of Knowledge”

http://dusk.geo.orst.edu/gis/GIS_Body_Knowledge_Flyer.pdf


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A Research Agenda Knowledge”(example below)

  • Future of the Spatial Information Infrastructure

    • Information policy

      • Intellectual property rights, privacy, liability

    • Digital government research

    • Local generation and integration of data

      • Public participation GIS


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Geographic Representation Knowledge”

Scale

Spatial Data Acquisition & Integration

Spatial Cognition

Spatial Ontologies

Space and Space/Time Analysis & Modeling

Uncertainty

Visualization

GIS and Society

Geographic Information Engineering

Long-Term Research Priorities priorities-->research research agenda


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Make solar energy affordable Knowledge”

Engineer better medicines

Prevent nuclear terror

Provide access to clean water everywhere

Secure cyberspace

Reverse-engineer the brain!

“Grand Challenges”National Academy of Engineering


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Grand Challenges in GIScience?? Knowledge”

  • Finish Digital Earth by 2015!

  • Create digital simulations of geographic phenomena indistinguishable from real counterparts!

  • Map or visualize all uncertainties!

  • Find all appropriate data no matter how hidden!


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Grand Challenges in GIScience?? Knowledge”

  • What is the cost to the nation of geographic information that is inaccurate, overaccurate or out-of-date?

  • What role can geographic technologies play in eliminating geographic illiteracy?

  • In what ways have we yet to exploit the superiority of digital maps over paper maps?

  • By how much can effective use of geographic information improve human safety and welfare while reducing the associated costs?

Keith Clarke, UCSB


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Grand Challenges in GIScience?? Knowledge”

See more resources at:

http://dusk.geo.orst.edu/grand_challenges.html


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Some of the future is NOW! Knowledge”

  • Desktop mapping on a budget

  • Real high end power

  • GIS/GPS integration

  • Rapidly maturing market with broad public acceptance and knowledge

  • The Web: More than data delivery


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GIS and the Internet Knowledge”

  • Access distributed data and processing systems

  • Publish data and knowledge between users

  • From monolithic desktop systems to distributed GI-Services

  • Geography is still very important in cyberspace


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GIS and the Internet Knowledge”

  • Access distributed data and processing systems

  • Publish data and knowledge between users

  • From monolithic desktop systems to distributed GI-Services  “Server GIS” “Cloud GIS”

  • Geography is still very important in cyberspace


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GIS and the Internet: Knowledge”Mashups

  • County map w/pie chart of election results

  • Google Map with sunrise/sunset calculator

  • Google Map with line generalizer so lines with GPS points load more quickly

  • Maps with tags, comments, personalization, etc.

  • Javascript APIs

  • ArcGIS Javascript API for ArcGIS server


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GIS Drivers Knowledge”

  • Hardware price: performance continues to improve

  • Hardware diversity increases

  • Software functionality continues to improve

  • GIScience becomes the norm

  • More GI is created and accessible

  • GIS plays a pivotal role in New Science

  • Geographic measurement technologies become all-pervasive


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Impact of Moore’s Law Knowledge”

Longley et al. text


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Impact of Moore’s Law Knowledge”

Longley et al. text


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Increase in GIS Functionality Knowledge”

Longley et al. text


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Falling Cost of GIS Knowledge”

Longley et al. text


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“Computing is not about computers any more. It is about living.”

-- Nicholas Negroponte, Founding Director of

MIT’s Media Lab. Being Digital (1995), p. 6.


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“GIS is not about systems anymore. It’s about geography.”

-- Keith Clarke, UC-Santa Barbara

Author, Getting Started w/Geographic Information Systems


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GIS/GPS Integration geography.”



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How about nav systems for these?? geography.”

www.terrafugia.com

www.skycarexpedition.com – London to the Sahara



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Wearable GIS?! geography.”

  • Input

    • Touch

      • Gloves

      • Sensors

    • Sight

      • Vision tracking

      • Cameras

  • GIS as clothing

From the research of Professor Keith Clarke, UCSB




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Technology in 2019? geography.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQdGvfV4WnU

http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu/


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Summary thus far … geography.”

  • Understanding GIS requires consideration of science, systems and studies

  • GIS provides a framework to manage the world

  • The real value of GIS is its problem solving capability

  • The future of GIS and GISci is bright


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But there are some real issues…. geography.”(Longley et al., Chapter 20)

?


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Personal Privacy geography.”

Freedom of Expression

vs.

Europe?

U.S.?

For context, listen to the NPR story at http://bit.ly/d9276g



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Societal Issue: geography.”Democratic Access

  • Open and democratic access to geospatial data is now possible!

  • Are the policies and funding in place to support this?

  • Otherwise real danger of major disenfranchisement

    • the right and the need to access these data.

  • Information haves and have nots.


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4 Things Need to Close “the Digital Divide” geography.”--Craig Barrett, CEO of Intel

  • Computers

  • Connectivity (especially Broadband wireless)

  • Content

  • Education on all of the above

    • health education, economic development


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Some Career Info... geography.”

  • Spatial Thinking, Spatial Relationships

  • GIS / Projections / SQL Databases

  • Python / Java & JavaScript / C++/ C#, .Net

  • Network Hardware, Software, Web Services

  • Web Authoring / Graphic Art Design

  • Communication Skills

  • Your Users


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Thank geography.”

You!

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