Using ArcGIS CityEngine for GeoDesign on McMaster Campus: Part 1

Posted 1 month ago

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Esri’s ArcGIS CityEngine is an advanced three-dimensional (3D) modelling software for creating realistic, interactive, and immersive urban environments (Fabricius, 2020). CityEngine allows users to build entire 3D cities effectively in one step, design urban environments, master 3D content creation, and bring a community vision to life (Fabricius, 2020). If we take a look at case […]

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How food secure/insecure are Hamilton’s neighbourhoods? Using Python and ArcGIS’s Network Analyst Module to map Hamiltonians’ access to healthy food

Posted 2 months ago

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My name is Daniel Van Veghel, and I am a fourth year Arts & Science student at Mac. I am working to complete my Minor in GIS, and this semester I am taking “GIS Programming” through Mac’s School of Earth, Environment and Society. The course aims to show how Python can be a useful tool […]

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About Me…

Posted 3 months ago

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Hi there! My name is Claire, I am a fourth-year undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning. I am thrilled to be one of UW’s student associates with Esri Canada GIS Centres of Excellence, and look forward to sharing my interests, studies, and research on the ECCE Blog, as well as participating in […]

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