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Arcmap gis project
Final for geography map use the system arcmap to create 3 maps...
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GIS Project
Thematic mapping: Explore whatever thematic data you would like – by Prov/Terr, or for City of Calgary (for example). Prop symbol, dot and choropleth mapping. Decide upon a small problem or exploration, based on thematic mapping. Find some data that will meet your needs. Describe the results of the exploration in a Word document using correct GIS terminology. Section titles: Introduction: Introduce the problem (fictional or real), geographic area, and what you expect to find. Data: Source and description. (What layers are you using and why?) Preprocessing and flow chart. (How did the data come in terms of spatial coordinates? What preprocessing was necessary? Summarize in a flow chart. The written words should match the flow chart.) Analysis: Analyze the data – describe the process, flow chart. (Document the steps so that your writeup is in correct order, clear and correct. Develop the flow chart as you go. Include screen captures (maps) along the way, to help you tell the story.) Results: descriptive (text) and mapped/graphed. (What are the results of your analysis? Is it what you expected? Screen captures of maps and graphs will help.) Discussion: How did t...
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GIS python
Complete the steps in the rubric except the writing of the paper. Send files in...
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Perform Geospatial Image Manipulation and Analysis Using R
This exercise is intended to introduce you to the use of the powerful, versatile, and freely available R programming environment for performing geospatial image manipulation and analysis; and in doing so, to the widely used normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) for vegetation assessment and monitoring in remote sensing imagery, as well as to a simple time series/change detection exercise. Use an appropriate package and functions in R to create an NDVI map for each year from 1985 to 2005 (i.e. 21 total NDVI maps). Provide small screenshots of all maps (e.g. 7 rows of 3 maps should be adequate) rendered in GIS using the conventional NDVI colour ramp whereby lower values are redder, intermediate values are yellower, and higher values are greener. Make sure the colour scheme is consistent across all maps (i.e. a given NDVI value corresponds to the same colour in every map), and provide a simple colour-value legend (you can just grab the one from the layers/contents pane in GIS). Based on what you’ve learned about NDVI, briefly comment (~300–400 words, absolute max 500) on the general patterns visible in the NDVI maps and what they signify. Do not focus so much at this s...
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Arc GIS Tool Creation
Build a custom tool, to use inside ArcGIS, to complete the task in Scripting Project Five. The tool should be capable of being added to a custom toolbar. It should be fully completed including directions and tooltips. Add the tool to your ArcGIS GUI. Include in your submission a copy of the tool and a screenshot of the customized button in your altered GUI and toolbox. The data files are the same as those used for Scripting Project Five (attached) Scripting project 5 directions: You are a GIS analyst for the National Park Service. You have been asked to create a dataset showing “wilderness” areas in a national park. These areas are defined as 2,000 feet away from a paved road and 100 feet away from a trail. To complete this task, you will need to create buffer zones around the specified features and then clip those areas out of a polygon, showing total coverage of the park. The data files for this scripting project attached....
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Python Coding ArcGIS Simple Assignment
Intro- In this exercise, suppose you are a data analyst for an NHL franchise. In preparation for the league draft, the team general manager has asked you to make it possible for him to retrieve all current players born in a particular country (say, Sweden) broken down by position. Your predecessor passed along to you the player shapefile, but unfortunately the player's birth country is not included as one of the attributes. You do have a second shapefile of world country boundaries though.. Task- Write a script that makes a separate shapefile for each of the three forward positions (center, right wing, and left wing) within the boundary of Sweden. Write this script so that the user can change the country or list of positions simply by editing a couple of lines of code at the top of the script. In browsing the attribute table, you'll note that player heights and weights are stored in imperial units (feet & inches and pounds). As part of this extraction task, to simplify comparisons against scouting reports written using metric units, you should also add two new numeric fields to the attribute table -- to the new shapefiles only, not the original nhlrosters.shp -- to hold h...
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GIS Capstone Project
I have a GIS project that is about halfway done. I have completed the Annotated Bib and Literature Review. I have all sources but need help with the paper and a GIS model. The project is on internet access in a specific county in the USA. I will go into more detail when the job is assigned. Basically, I need a research paper that is GIS forward, approximately 6-7 pages long, with the 10 sources (that I provide), a GIS model (I will explain exact details but it will be fairly advances), and examples including the created model used within the paper. Draft- due Oct 30 Final version - due Dec 7...
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