Courses > EAS212 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
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This course introduces basic scientific principles as they relate to working with data that have important spatial orientation and organization. Geometric and geographic concepts and theories are used to develop scientific methods for proper communication of the data and the solution of problems that have spatial relationships. Course covers basic concepts in mapping and orientation, the development of map scales and comparison of different coordinate systems, and data error analysis.
3 hours lecture
Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit