When? 29 Nov 2018, 15:00 to 17:15
Where? Classroom 511
Do you want to learn how to manipulate vector data with one of the most used GIS tool? In this workshop, you will learn to use basic geospatial tools for vector data with one of the latest versions of ArcMap. We will discuss different forms of selecting geospatial data, calculating geometric values and new field values, creating buffers, clipping and combining geospatial data. We will also discuss the differences between ArcGIS and QGIS in using these geospatial tools.
Prerequisite: knowledge from workshop “Introduction to ArcMap” or equivalent
Costs: McGill students: free of charge, McGill other: $ 50, external: $ 100 (priority given to McGill community)
The workshop will take about 2 hours with a 15 minutes break. The instructor is Dr. Tim Elrick.
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