GeoSpatial Analysis: Overview
GSA Configuration Panel
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What will I learn from this course?
This course is designed to instruct end users in using GeoSpatial Analysis (GSA) tools and spatial capabilities to link spatial and non-spatial information such as disparate data sources including maps, photographs, documents and websites.
The delivery model is an instructor led hands-on course and as such requires a classroom environment suitable to support the number of users attending the training, with one individual per workstation.
Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for discipline GIS users and analyst who provide business solutions to their teams.
Knowledge of Smallworld Core Spatial Technology
Knowledge of their discipline specific data model and its attributes
Following the course, students will be able to:
Navigate the system
Use predefined or create queries
Add feature sources from Smallworld, ESRI, Excel, and others
Use analyzes to narrow down criteria and produce thematic maps and charts
Use plot templates to produce quality graphical and tabular data
Produce comprehensive reports that combine alphanumeric and geospatial information and export them in a range of formats including MS Excel, Shape, .csv
Build user-friendly business models
Utilize GSA tools to solve complex GIS problems
Introduction to GSA
- - FieldSmart sources
- - Business collections
- - Maps
- - Styles
- - Business reports
- - Plot templates
- - Analysis collection
- - Spatial Analysis
- - Advanced analysis visualization