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Geographic Information Systems “GIS ”. “Geography Matters”. Think about “Geography”. What is Geography The 3 “ W’s ” of Geography What is where Why is it there Why do I care. Data - Data - Data We all ‘got data’. Location Data – How Many – What Kind – Where

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Geographic Information Systems “GIS”

“Geography Matters”


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Think about “Geography”

  • What is Geography

    The 3 “W’s” of Geography

    • What is where

    • Why is it there

    • Why do I care


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Data - Data - DataWe all ‘got data’

  • Location Data – How Many – What Kind – Where

  • Scale of Data– Local to Global

  • Data Presentation

    – Words, Charts, Graphs, Tables, or Maps

    Exploring data using GIS turns data into information into knowledge


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Geographic Information SystemsA Definition of GIS

  • GIS is a System ofcomputer software, hardware and data, and personnel to help manipulate, analyze and present information that is tied to a spatial location –

    • spatial location– usually a geographic location

    • information– visualization of analysis of data

    • system–linking software, hardware, data

    • personnel–a thinking explorer who is key to the power of GIS


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What is Not GIS?

  • GPS–Global Positioning System

  • Astatic map–paper or digital

    • Maps are often a “product” of a GIS

    • A way to visualize the analysis

  • Asoftwarepackage


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Spatial Data

  • Estimates are that 80% of all data has a spatial component

    • Data from most sciences can be analyzed “spatially”


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What is GIS ?

  • A method tovisualize, manipulate, analyze, and display spatial data

  • “Smart Maps”linking a database to the map


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Database“Not Easy to Interpret”


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Visualization “Worth a Thousand Words”


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Two Ways to Input and Visualize DataThe World in GIS

  • Raster–Grid

    • “pixels”

    • a location and value

    • Satellite images and aerial photos are already in this format

  • Vector–Linear

    • Points, lines & polygons

    • “Features” (house, lake, etc.)

      • Attributes

        • size, type, length, etc.

Real world


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Combining Data From Many Sources


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Data For GIS Applications

  • Digitized and Scanned Maps

    • purchased, donated, free (Internet)

    • created by user

  • Data Bases– Tables of data

  • GPS– Global Positioning System

    • accurate locations

  • Field Sampling of Attributes

  • Remote Sensing & Aerial Photography


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Five Data Layers “Alike” Features

Rivers

Capitals

Roads

States

Lakes


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Turning Data Into Information

“Spatial Analysis”– not just a map


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Asking A Question – Interaction


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Maps and Database are “Interactive”


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Multiple Databases can be Linked and Related


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Some Ways GIS is Used

  • Emergency Services– Fire & Police

  • Environmental–Monitoring & Modeling

  • Business– Site Location, Delivery Systems

  • Industry– Transportation, Communication, Mining, Pipelines, Healthcare

  • Government– Local, State, Federal, Military

  • Education– Research, Teaching Tool, Administration

    Wherever Spatial Data Analysis is Needed


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Network Solutions


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Ecosystem Management


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3D Mine with Well Data


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Environmental MonitoringToxic Plume


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Combining Various Display Methods


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Oil Spill and Contamination


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Site Location and Client Distance


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Modeling of Future Trends


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Clusters and Comparison of Data


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Loma Linda Hospital Facilities


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GIS on the Internet

  • Olympics

    —http://citymap.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/

  • National Geographic Map Machine

    —http://www.nationalgeographic.com/maps.index.html

  • Find a Home— http://www.realtor.com

  • ATM Locator — http://www.visa.com

  • Store Locator — http://www.godiva.com

  • GIS Info — http://www.gis.com


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