11 Reasons You Should Attend the Esri Developer Summit

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1) You don’t have to be a developer to benefit Technical literacy and systems of engagement are proliferating in geographic disciplines, so even if your interests are far removed from software development, you will come away understanding new ways to augment your work and connect with your audience. The plenary session at the 2019 Esri […]

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“Nuggets” from the ESRI User Conference Toronto!

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This post is inspired by the attendee I overheard at this year’s Toronto User Conference saying “It’s the little nuggets you pick up at conferences that really make them worth it.” So here are the “nuggets” I picked up at the UC, hopefully there’s something golden here for you! Visual Studio Code is a free […]

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Spatial statistical analysis of African conflicts

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Spatial statistical analysis of African conflicts What trends can we uncover given the traits of actors, such as nations, and information on a phenomenon of interest, such as violent conflict? What methods can be used to establish relationships between a study phenomenon and variables that can potentially be used to explain such trends? Are the […]

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Scripting multi-criteria decision analysis

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Background My first foray into GIS above the introductory level was a raster-based course instructed by Patrick Deluca here at McMaster University. Among the work assigned for the course was a final project focused around multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA), a process described by Voogd as to ‘investigate a number of choice possibilities in the light […]

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