Get yourself trained on ArcGIS Desktop For with this Online Training ArcGIS Desktop For Spatial Analysis: Go From Basic To Pro.
Online Training ArcGIS Desktop For Spatial Analysis: Go From Basic To Pro
I WANNA LEARN SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS, BUTI found most spatial data books & manuals vagueThere are no courses that actually teach me how its actually doneAvailable resources are expensive & Icant afford themI want to get a job in the field ofGIS and geospatial analysisI work in the field of ecology orquantitative social sciences orhydrology orcivil engineering orgeographyIf you found yourself in one of these situations, then..IVE GOT GREAT NEWS FOR YOU!Over the past few months, I have published multiple courses on Udemy around this topic which will be tremendously helpful to you & most important of all AFFORDABLE!Today, Ive created yet another powerful resource for you!In this course, over 50+ hands-on and practical lecture, I will help you master the most common and important geo-processingtasks that can beperformed with ArcGIS Desktop, one of THE MOST important GIS software toolsavailable.I will also show you the kind of questions answered through Spatial Analysis & data used.THE STEPS ILL WALK YOU THROUGH:First of all, well start some basic GIS tasks like Zooming.Then, well move into more complex processing tasks like Geo-Statistics.Well also deal with some theoretical concepts related to Spatial Data Analysis, and then well focus on implementing some of the most common GIS techniques (all the way showing you how to execute these tasks in ArcGIS Desktop).The stuff youll learn from this course will be extremely useful in terms of you being able to implement it on future Spatial Data projects youll be working on (in a variety of disciplines from ecology toengineering).LEARN FROM AN ACTUAL EXPERT IN THIS AREA:My name is MINERVA SINGH. I am an Oxford University MPhil (Geography and Environment) graduate. I recently finished my PhD at Cambridge University (Tropical Ecology and Conservation). I have SEVERAL YEARS OF EXPERIENCE in analyzing REAL LIFE DATA from different sources in ArcGIS Desktop.Ive also published my work in many international peer reviewed journals.HERE IS HOW MY COURSE IS UNIQUE..My course is a HANDS ON TRAINING with REAL data.Its a step by step course covering both the THEORY & APPLICATION of Spatial Data Analysis.I teach Practical Stuff that you can learn quickly and start implementing NOW.This is one of the most comprehensive courses on this topic. I advise you to take advantage of it & enroll in the course TODAY!TAKE ACTION TODAY! I will personally support you and ensure your experience with thiscourse is a success. I answer all questions put to me and guide my students when they get stuck.Please make sure you have access to ArcGIS before enrolling
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