In this course, you will learn how to analyze map data using different data types and methods to answer geographic questions. First, you will learn how to filter a data set using different types of queries to find just the data you need to answer a particular question. Then, we will discuss simple yet powerful analysis methods that use vector data to find spatial relationships within and between data sets. In this section, you will also learn about how to use ModelBuilder, a simple but powerful tool for building analysis flowcharts that can then also be run as models. You will then learn how to find, understand, and use remotely sensed data such as satellite imagery, as a rich source of GIS data. You will then learn how to analyze raster data. Finally, you will complete your own project where you get to try out the new skills and tools you have learned about in this course.
This course is part of the GIS, Mapping, and Spatial Analysis Specialization
About this Course
Skills you will gain
- Geographic Information System (GIS)
- Spatial Analysis
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Filtering Data Using Queries
Remote sensing as a GIS data source
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TOP REVIEWS FROM SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND SATELLITE IMAGERY IN A GIS
Useful as well as demanding course so guys please join and make your career more responsive in this modern technical world.
Very good course. Filled with lot of great information. Best part was a review of Remote sensing and satellite imagery which I very much needed.
This is an outstanding course. Excellent explanations, good activities, very useful information. Like that company says: just do it!
Nice to learn about satellite images, Landsat bands and specially about the problems that we might face with this type of data.
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