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staff late in the semester.
Students will work in problem-solving teams to analyze the study corridors and apply project management
skills by setting milestones, determining deliverables, and engaging in professional communications with city
staff. We will work with the same GIS data used by the city and produce maps with a high degree of
cartographic quality, guided by a spet in cartography who is scheduled to visit the class in April.
Throughout the semester, you will be encouraged to think about integrating GIS into your other coursework
and, if applicable, to your Master's project.
♦ Students are expected to have prior experience with ArcGIS, including the ability to perform basic attribute
and spatial queries and the ability to produce a simple, cartographically-correct map using multiple
geospatial data layers. Self-study using the "Getting to Know ArcGIS" textbook (not required for this
course) is strongly recommended for students wishing to brush up on the fundamental G...
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2014 for the course POLS 103 taught by Professor Christensen during the Summer '08 term at San Jose State University .
- Summer '08