2017-18 Workshops

This academic year we are going to offer you the following workshops.

To get more information or register, please click on the link in the availability column to the respective workshop.

Date Topic Instructor Availability
Mon, Apr 30



Working with Text in R Tim Elrick
Mon, Apr 23



Introduction to ArcGIS
(making maps)
Tim Elrick
Mon, Apr 16



Finding GIS data Mike Groenendyk
Mon, Mar 26



Introduction to Data Science with R
(tidyverse packages)
Tim Elrick
Mon, Mar 19
Introduction to Python for ArcGIS Morgan Lim
Mon, Mar 12



Introduction to Python Jeremy Steele
Mon, Mar 5
Geoprocessing Raster Data in QGIS Tim Elrick
Mon, Feb 26
Mapping in OpenStreetMap – Introduction to JOSM OMG McGill
Mon, Feb 19



Introduction to Endnote Emily Kingsland
Mon, Feb 12



Data Visualization with R
(ggplot2 package)
Tim Elrick
Mon, Feb 5



Geoprocessing Vector Data in QGIS Tim Elrick
Mon, Feb 5



Introduction to Data Science with R
(tidyverse packages)
Tim Elrick
Mon to Wed, January 22-24



Qualitative Comparative Analysis
3 day workshop, (cost: $275)
Benoît Rihoux, UC Louvain (Belgium)
Monday, Jan 15



Advanced Functions in ENVI Lesley Johnson
Monday, Jan 8



Introduction to ENVI Lesley Johnson
Friday, Dec 11



Introduction to R basics Tim Elrick
Friday, Dec 8



Introduction to QGIS I
(making maps)
Tim Elrick
Friday, Dec 1



Introduction to More R Basics Tim Elrick
Friday, Nov 24



Data Handling with R
(tidyverse packages)
Tim Elrick
Friday, Nov 17



1. OMG McGill Mapathon OMG McGill
Friday, Nov 10



Introduction to R Basics Tim Elrick
Friday, Nov 3



Discovering Data for
Geospatial Data Science
Berenica Vejvoda
Friday, Oct 27



Introduction to ArcGIS II
(using Geospatial Tools)
Tim Elrick
Friday, Oct 20



Introduction to Endnote Jennifer Zhao
Friday, Oct 13



Introduction to ArcGIS I
(making maps)
Tim Elrick

All workshops start in the fall at 2:30 p.m., in winter at 3:00 p.m. in classroom 511, Burnside Hall (unless otherwise stated). Please note, that workshops with less than 5 registrations might be cancelled.

Cancellation policy: All registrations can be cancelled until 24 hours before the event starts. If you cancel afterwards or do not cancel at all the following applies:

  • for students: you might be barred from taking part in any workshop at the GIC for the rest of the academic year. This measure is in place to not displace other interested participants.
  • for all others: 50 % of the fee is levied to cover administrative costs.

If you cannot find the workshop you are interested in, please come by the GIC and talk to the director or drop us a line. We might offer it soon.