Many people think “geospatial” and “GIS” are interchangeable, but there’s actually a bit of nuance between them. Learn their differences.
If you want to learn GIS, this is your guide to Geographic Information Systems. It covers analysis, cartography, remote sensing and software.
Spatial analysis solves location problems using math in maps. It blends geography with modern technology to measure, quantify and understand our world.
Are you excited about GIS day? Every year, people from around the world celebrate GIS Day. In 2022, it’s scheduled for Wednesday, November 16, 2022.
While Geographic Information Systems answers “what” and “where”, Geographic Information Science (GIScience) is concerned with the “how” and its development.
From A to Z, we deliver stunning visualizations and meanings with the GIS Dictionary – Definition Glossary. Sharpen your skills with new GIS terminology.
Maps help us get to places. They help us make decisions. Maps have changed how we think about location. But where did it begin? We study the history of GIS.
In the world of geography, two disciplines are often mistaken as the same one. But Geomatics and Geographic Information Systems are different.
Data storage, crisp graphic cards, powerful processing and input and output devices – these harware components are essential to a GIS workstation.
Viewing and analyzing data on a map impacts our understanding of data. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) helps us understand what belongs where.