Geographic Information Systems
GIS is a computer system for capturing, storing, checking, and displaying data related to positions on Earth’s surface. GIS can show many different kinds of data on one map, such as streets, buildings, and vegetation. This enables people to more easily see, analyze, and understand patterns and relationships. National Geographic Encyclopedia
- Introduction to GIS by MAIN Trust, understanding spatial data.
- ESRI Arc GIS: The mapping and analytics platform, Esri offers flexible licensing and deployment options to meet your business requirements. 'Training', Udemy 'Getting started with ArcGIS mapping'
- QGIS: An open-source free program which runs on all operating systems. A step by step manual to get you started. Examples and datasets to download and follow tutorials. For sophisticated analysis with statistics, land-use classification or time-lapse, choose from the library of 'plugins'.
- Land use change using satellite data (LINZ 10m2) See National Aeronautics and Space Administration 'Applied Remote Sensing Training'.
Geographic Information Systems:
Land Information New Zealand