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ART 384 Advanced GIS and Spatial Analysis is a History course at MSU taught by the following professor: Stuart Challenger. 3 elite notetakers have produced 4 study materials for this History course.
These are the notes from the first day of class. They describe what we will be going over this semester and a little bit of review from GPHY284.
These are the REAL notes from the first day of class (don't look at the other ones they uploaded as a work document and won't show up). They describe what we will be going over this semester and a little bit of review from GPHY284.
These notes cover scale, accuracy, metadata, coordinate systems, and some review.
Just a test to see if uploading works
Topology is in here along with some decimal degree math and review.
These go over troubleshooting, data conversion, and data management.
There notes cover SQL's and different definitions/benefits of GIS.
These notes cover spatial analysis and synthesis (transformations and buffers)
These cover uncertainty.
Here is a review for the test
These notes cover the beginning of Raster data sets.
These notes cover more raster stuff.
These notes go over Raster Map Algebra and some more on Data Conversion
Some short notes on outputs and dynamic maps
Data modeling and database design
These cover some cardinality and object-oriented databases
These notes review specifically what Stuart said in class was important to know. Also look over all previous tests and in-class exercises. Know how to diagram!!