Are you interested in learning to georeference material, digitise and edit features, and manage attribute data in ArcGIS?
In this hands-on workshop you will use ArcGIS to create and manage vectors – the core of much GIS mapping and analysis. You will georeference an image to existing data and employ several strategies for digitising data. You will also learn to improve the quality of your data and outputs by checking for logical consistency and correcting errors (which may arise/ introduced in the digitisation process).
This course is only available to CAP academic and professional staff and PhD students.
When: 1 – 5pm, 19 June
Where: Menzies Library Flex Lab (Level 3, Building 2)
This course complements, but does not require, GIS experience gained in GIS Basics for Research (GIS100).
Registrations via HORUS/ISIS. The course is FREE for CAP staff and PhD Students. However, a no-show fee of $50 per session applies (emergencies excepted). You will need a charge code to register. PhD Students can contact their HDR Administrator for a code.
There are only 15 spots available in this training.