GIS Analysis for Research 1 (GIS101)


Menzies Flex Lab, Level 3, Building 2 ANU


Thursday, 28 March, 2019 - 13:30 to Thursday, 18 April, 2019 - 16:45
Learn a range of simple GIS analyses to support research and teaching.
In this course you be introduced to a range of core analytic and spatial skills for humanities research. Having completed this course you will be able to clip and merge datasets, assess proximity, count the number of features in an area, summarise and map census data and identify the distance and direction between key features.
Cost: This course is FREE for ANU College of Asia and the Pacific academic and professional staff, and HDR students.* 
When: Thursdays from 28 March – 18 April 2019, 1:30 – 4pm (4 weeks)
Where: Menzies Library Flex Lab (Level 3, Building 2)
*The course is $300 for non-CAP ANU staff and $200 for non-CAP ANU students. Non-CAP ANU staff and students will need to register for the course using the code GIS601.
Register for the course via HORUS/ISIS. 
Please note: While the course is FREE for CAP staff and HDR Students, a no-show fee of $50 for each session applies without 24 hours’ notice (emergencies excepted). You will need to provide a charge code to register. PhD Students can contact their HDR Administrator for a code. 
This course builds on skills developed in Mapping in ArcGIS Pro (GIS100). Participants in this course will need to have completed GIS100 or have some familiarity with ArcGIS. 
There are only 15 spots available in this training. Contact Sandy Potter for further information (




Sandy Potter
+61 2 6125 3670

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