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Welcome to the GIS Research Guide for ARCH1019C: Arch 1019c: Visualization and Computation
We hope this guide can help to support your GIS learning experience during the GIS Accelerator for Arch 1019c: Visualization and Computation, The Expanded Site: Digital Mapping for Urban Design and Architecture.
If you have my questions, do not hesitate to reserve a GIS consultation, or send your inquiries to email@example.com.
Meet the GIS instructors:
BRIAN BALDWIN, ESRI
TC CHAKRABORTY, YALE
YIQUN MA, YALE
YICHEN YANG, YALE
MIRIAM OLIVARES, YALE
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Our GIS team includes a group of enthusiastic consultants who can work with you to integrate GIS into your various projects and learning activities. Some of the aspects that you can discuss during your consultation are:
GIS Support Services for all disciplines, assisting from individual research to long-term team project planning
Strategies to plan your spatiotemporal work ahead
An overview of the tools and techniques used to map raster and vector datasets, using both open source and Esri software