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Role of Geographic Information Systems in the Social Sciences

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Title:Role of Geographic Information Systems in the Social Sciences
Authors:Bhutada, Shriram
Date Issued:31 Aug 2010
Description:There has been growing interest in application of GIS in social sciences recently. The intent of this presentation is to provide an introduction to the role of GIS in social sciences. GIS can play various roles in social science research such as geovisualization, spatiotemporal analysis, information integration and geographically weighted regression. Some examples of GIS projects will also be discussed. Additionally, the audience will be introduced to geocoding and custom geocoding programming along with a list of available GIS and non-GIS data sources.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/17984
Appears in Collections: Special Presentations - UHM Library


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