Data & Donuts Workshop: Visualizing Spatial Data
There’s more than one way to
skin a cat make a map. This new take on an old adage speaks to the recent proliferation of software tools and online platforms for visualizing data spatially. This workshop will provide a broad overview of commonly used tools, from powerful open source GIS software like QGIS to new online web mapping platforms like ArcGIS Online. If you have ever wondered how to make a map from a table of geospatial coordinates or a list of addresses – this session is for you. Live demonstrations will showcase the diverse array of mapping tools that are available to UT faculty, staff, and students for creating engaging visualizations from a variety of geospatial datasets.
Instructor: Michael Shensky, GIS and Geospatial Data Coordinator, UT Libraries
Data & Donuts is a special workshop series hosted by Research Data Services. Instructors from UT Libraries share expert advice, resources, and tools that will help you take good care of your data throughout its lifecycle, from project conception to the long-term archive. (yes, there will be donuts!)
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Oct 12, 2018
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
PCL Learning Lab 1 (PCL 2.370.1)
101 E 21st Street
Austin, TX 78712