Each weekly exercise is designed to teach integration of data from various formats, data analysis, and how to display results for decision making processes.
Module 1: Basics of Data and Information
Problem: Geographic data links information about a location and its features (i.e. attributes), possibly with a time component … more.
Problem: The coordinators of a local art showcase have tabular address data, but would like to visualize spatially where their attendees come from, so they can better direct future marketing … more.
Problem: Develop a file geodatabase for the NC State University campus containing specified featured classes using data from a CAD file that is not georeferenced. … more.
Problem: NC Senators and Representatives have requested the exact number of NC jobs created in their district based on the results of a recent industrial extensions jobs survey. … more.
Problem: Create a thematic map using an attribute from the US census data for any geographic area. … more.
Problem: Determine if road ratings are associated with the number of accidents using linear referencing. … more.
Problem: Raster data and vector data complement each other, however sometimes raster data is required for certain spatial analyses, … more.
Problem: Wildlife biologists working in Great Smoky Mountains National Park are seeking to define areas of bear habitat within the park where human interactions are unlikely to occur … more.
Problem: Use image classification to determine locations of land cover classes within Black Water National Wildlife Refuge, Maryland … more.
Problem: Use various spatial statistical methods to determine if false fire alarms for Battalion 2 of the Fort Worth Fire Department exhibit clustering and assess the level of clustering … more.
Problem: Create two custom toolbars, including a custom drop-down menu and a button for an add-in, add a tool to the layer context menu, and populate an attribute table using the add-in functionality … more.