The GIS Book
Cengage Learning, 2001 - Science - 387 pages
Discover what a geographic information system (GIS) is, how it applies to a variety of professions, and the benefits of using GIS for a variety of applications. Praised through four highly successful editions, The GIS Book, 5th Edition now features hands-on exercises enabling readers to use free GIS software and data downloaded over the Internet to gain a first-hand understanding of the power of GIS technology today. New chapters on GIS data sources, data quality, plus managing and maintaining a GIS database have also been added to educate those new to GIS about one of the most important aspects of implementing any GIS project.
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Introduction to GIS
An Industry Leader s Comments
What Is AMFM?
The Hourly Cost of Operating a GIS
Base Map Accuracy Standards
Sources of GIS Data Errors
GIS Data Sales and Pricing
Open Geodata Interoperability Specification
Other Types of GIS Analysis
The Components of a GIS Plan
GIS Vendors Products in Review
Using a GIS Consultant
Managing and Staffing a GIS