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GIS for Population and Housing Census of Bhutan 2005. By THINLEY JYAMTSHO WANGDI Geo-Informatics Division National Statistics Bureau. PRE-CENSUS MAPPING & HOUSE LISTING. To ensure complete coverage, the whole country was segregated into 6800 Enumeration Area maps exhaustively.

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gis for population and housing census of bhutan 2005

GIS for Population and Housing Census of Bhutan 2005

By

THINLEY JYAMTSHO WANGDI

Geo-Informatics Division

National Statistics Bureau

slide2

PRE-CENSUS MAPPING & HOUSE LISTING

  • To ensure complete coverage, the whole country was
  • segregated into 6800 Enumeration Area maps
  • exhaustively.
  • Every Structure ( Temporary, Permanent, caves,
  • shelters) have been coordinated with GPS (Global
  • Positioning System) system.
  • Parallel to the Mapping of Enumeration Areas, the house
  • listing for every structure had been accomplished.
slide3

GIS for Population & Housing Census 2005

  • Data capture from the Topographical maps.
  • Production of Enumeration Area maps both in digital and
  • analogue forms.
  • Delineation of Enumeration Area boundary through given
  • administrative units and sub-units (Dzongkhag, Geog &
  • chiwog boundary).
  • To decide the data dissemination administrative level.
  • To decide the data analysis administrative level for future
  • planners and policy makers.
  • To set the base reference for future population and Housing
  • census of Bhutan.
slide4

Objectives of GIS for PHCB-2005

  • Generation of Geo-database for PHCB 2005
  • To facilitate and widen the scope in the use of
  • census data especially at the smaller area level.
  • To produce the socio-economic maps using the
  • census data at different categories.
  • Dissemination of Census data at different level for
  • different user organizations.
  • Finally to create the bench mark data for the next
  • population and housing census of Bhutan.
slide5

GIS PROCESSING

BUILD DATA

DESIGN THE DATABASE

INPUT SPATIAL DATA (DIGITIZER)

EDIT AND CREATE TOPOLOGY

INPUT ATTRIBUTE DATA

MANAGE AND MANIPULATE THE DATA

ANALYZE THE DATA

PRESENT THE RESULT OF ANALYSIS

slide6

REQUIREMENTS:

  • The GIS software used for Population and
  • housing Census 2005 from ESRI products
  • like Arcview or Arc info or Arcgis of latest version.
  • The office of the census commissioner had procured
  • the one GIS softwares as it entails huge budget.
  • The market rate for one license Arcgis is about Nu.
  • 1.9 million.
slide7

WORK METHODOLOGY

  • Digitizing of the Topographical maps in different layers of the available Topographical sheets in 1:50000
  • Mosaicing of the same layers to include in the administrative
  • boundary
  • Cropping of the mosaiced layers as per the existing Dzongkhag
  • boundary.
  • Cropping of digital layers to the geog level in Dzongkhag.
  • Cropping of Digital layers to the Chiwog level in Geogs.
  • Creation of Shp.file from GPS coordinates.
  • Preparation of Enumeration Area Maps digitally.
  • Merge EA maps into chiwog maps for further processing.
  • Accordingly merge for geog and Dzongkhag for processing.
slide9

Mosaicing of topo sheets

Clipping of topographical layers for Gasa Dzongkhag

slide12

START

Aggregate EAs to chiwog

Scanning

Chiwog information

Chiwog Map

Georeferencing

*.RLC

Aggregate Chiwogs to geog

Digitizing

Geog information

Geog Map

Vector files

Mosaicing

Aggregate Geogs to Dzongkhag

Adm. Boundary

Dz. cropping

Dzongkhag Map

Dzongkhag information

Geog cropping

Aggregate Dzongkhag to National level

GPS data upload

Geog Map

National information

EA delineation

slide13

Chiwog level Information

Stop

Report

Information Dissemination

Geog Level Information

Dzongkhag level Information

CD Rom

Programming

Stop

slide14

Database Design

  • At what level the information dissemination had to be done
  • The information in database to be aggregated
  • To calculate the statistical factors
  • How to link the processed data with the map layers.
  • The SPSS or the CSPRO softwares compatibility should be
  • explored for data linking and matching.
  • The data dissemination strategy should be planned well.
slide15

TRAININGS:

  • Basic concept of GIS
  • Basics of GIS operations
  • Spatial operations in GIS
  • Statistical operations in line with spatial data
  • Overlay Analysis
  • More hands on exercise on analysis with emphasis on Population
  • and Housing census
  • Preparation of different thematic maps
  • To extract the population indicators
  • Preparation of Population Atlases
  • If possible analysis using the other topographical conditions
  • Any other exercises
arcsde and arcims server phcb 2005
ArcSDE and ArcIMS ServerPHCB 2005
  • Objectives:
  • To set up the Window 2003 Server on New DELL 2950 server
  • To Set up and configure SQL Server and ArcSDE server
  • To Set up and configure the ArcIMS server
  • Data Migration to ArcSDE Multi-user Geodatabase
  • Application Migration
  • To publish selected Geog, Dzongkhag, rural settlements and urban
  • features
  • 7. Capacity Building
objective 1 window 2003 server
Objective-1: Window 2003 Server
  • DELL 2950
  • Window 2003 Server to host SQL server, ArcSDE and ArcIMS
  • Hosted by National Statistics Bureau (NSB) System Network
  • Network Interface Card – Local IP for ArcSDE 192.168.124.11
  • Network Interface Card – Global IP for ArcIMS 203.175.8.86
objective 2 sql and arcsde server
Objective-2 SQL and ArcSDE Server
  • SQL Server 2000 SP3
  • ArcSDE 9.1
  • Optimizing the Performance of ArcSDE
  • Users and Database Access
  • PHCB2005 ArcSDE Multi-user Geo-database
  • Keywords PHCB2005_VECTOR
  • Keywords PHCB2005_RASTER
slide21

ArcSDE

SQL

Window 2003 Server

objective 3 arcims server
Objective-3 ArcIMS Server
  • Set up the ArcIMS server to publish the indicator maps through NSB Web Ste
arcims components
ArcIMS Components

Window 2003 server, IIS Server, Tomcat Servlet Engine, J2SDK

slide24

ArcIMS

ArcSDE

SQL

Window 2003 Server

objective 4 data migration
Objective-4 Data Migration
  • Personal Geodatabase and Shape Files to PHCB2005 ArcSDE Multi-user Geodatabase
  • ArcView and ArcGIS Clients can access the data
slide26

NSB Clients

ArcIMS

ArcSDE

SQL

Window 2003 Server

objective 5 application migration
Objective-5 Application Migration
  • To migrate Shape File based ArcIMS website to ArcSDE Multi-user Geodatabase based ArcIMS Website
gui design is the same
GUI Design is the same

Titles

Layers

(Groups)

Tools

Index Map

Map

Query, Buffer, User Interaction

slide29

Internet

NSB Clients

ArcIMS

ArcSDE

SQL

Window 2003 Server

Internet

Clients

slide31

Internet

Clients

Internet

NSB Clients

ArcIMS

ArcSDE

SQL

Window 2003 Server

Other organization

Other organization

Thimphu WAN

dzongkhag indicator maps
Dzongkhag Indicator Maps

Based on Published Indicator Map Atlas

  • Administration
  • Travel Time
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Health
  • Migration
  • Roofing Materials
  • Wall Materials
  • Household Heads
  • -Land Plots
  • Media Access
  • Drinking water
  • Energy for lighting
  • Energy for cooking
  • Population
  • Sanitary
  • Happiness
geog indicator maps
Geog Indicator Maps

Based on Published Indicator Map Atlas

  • Administration
  • Population
  • Education
  • Travel Time
  • Employment
  • Health
  • Roofing Materials
  • Wall Materials
  • Household Heads
  • -Land Plots
  • Media Access
  • Drinking water
  • Energy for lighting
  • Energy for cooking
  • Sanitary
  • Happiness
urban blocks and foot prints
Urban Blocks and Foot Prints

Urban Blocks

Urban Foot Prints

Urban Roads

rural settlements
Rural Settlements
  • Individual Rural Settlements with HOH and Remark Attributes
objective 7 capacity building
Objective-7: Capacity Building
  • How to install and configure Window 2003 Server
  • How to install and configure SQL Server 2000 SP3A
  • How to install, configure and optimize ArcSDE Server
  • How to install, configure and optimize the ArcIMS Server
  • How to work with
  • - ArcIMS Author
  • - ArcIMS Administrator
  • - ArcIMS Designer
  • - Basics of ArcXML and HTML viewers
  • -Training to the users
  • - How to use GUI (Half Day)
  • - User Training Manual in PDF Format (Downloadable)