In this capstone course, you will apply everything you have learned by designing and then completing your own GIS project. You will plan out your project by writing a brief proposal that explains what you plan to do and why. You will then find data for a topic and location of your choice, and perform analysis and create maps that allow you to try out different tools and data sets. The results of your work will be assembled into an Esri story map, which is a web site with maps, images, text, and video. The goal is for you to have a finished product that you can share, and that demonstrates what you have learned.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM GIS, MAPPING, AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS CAPSTONE
In this course you will learn GIS from basic and the lecturer explains it clearly step by step. And the assignment is really exiting. Not boring at all
I have learned the story map from this course, it is really a good way to represent
Very nice explained in all videos and its well understanding for all biggener.
I really recommend this course to others. Really helpful course. Developed my perspective about geo-informatics.
About the GIS, Mapping, and Spatial Analysis Specialization
This Specialization is for those new to mapping and GIS, as well as anyone looking to gain a better understanding of how it all works and why. You will learn practical skills that can be applied to your own work using cutting-edge software created by Esri Inc., the world's leading GIS company and our industry partner.
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