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Incorporate Spatial Thinking and Analysis Into your Research and Teaching Seminar and Workshop

November 1 6:00pm-7:00pm (seminar)

November 2 9:00am-12:00am and 1:00pm-4:00pm (hands-on workshop)

North Classroom 3207

Presented by Dr. Joseph K. Berry, Spatial Analysis and Statistics form a relatively new set of tools for quantitative analysis that cuts across a multitude of disciplines and applications.  At its foundation is the perspective that “maps are numbers first and foremost, pictures later” and that there is a comprehensive “map-ematics” extending traditional mathematics and statistics as a means to better understand spatial patterns and relationships.  These fundamental analysis tools build upon the STEM foundation in a manner analogous to statistics and matrix algebra as extensions to traditional mathematics at the turn of the last century.  Faculty currently not using Geographic Information Science and Technology as well as faculty applying GISc&T will benefit.

Sponsored by the Department of Geography and Environmental Science

Contact to register: Brian.Page@ucdenver.edu

You can find more details on this link: http://www.innovativegis.com/Basis/Courses/SpatialSTEM/Default.htm


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