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Using Digital Maps for Spatial Analysis

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In this workshop, participants will get an introduction to using digital maps to conduct spatial analysis. This workshop will cover summarizing points, choosing best facilities, finding hot spots, creating buffers, and finding the nearest location. Participants will leave with an idea of the types of spatial analysis available and how they might apply it to their data in the future.

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InstructorMegan Martinsen, Digital Scholarship Librarian 

Prerequisite: Introduction to Digital Mapping is recommended but not required

Date(s): 
October 29, 2019
Time: 
11:00am - 12:00pm
Location: 
Lauinger Library, Dubin - Room 156
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