GIS and Spatial Interpolation
This free online course teaches you the diverse aspects of GIS and different methods of spatial interpolation.Publisher: NPTEL
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This free online course on GIS and Spatial Interpolation, teaches the fundamentals of spatial Interpolation and how it is used to solve problems that arise in regards to urban planning. First you will learn about attribute data management in the context of GIS. Then you will learn about Univariate and Multivariate Statistics in the context of Descriptive Statistics. You will be shown how to manage geographical space through attribute data management and data exploration.
Next, the course will show you how to manage geographical space through attribute data management and data exploration. You will also learn about spatial interpolation and all the methods that spatial interpolation entails as well as the different characterisations of network analysis and the different service or trade area analysis. You will be able to understand how networks can be coded into GIS and how to recognise network characteristics and identify the shortest path.
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Finally, this course will teach you about spatial interaction. This free course is a valuable learning model that introduces you to the exciting world of urban planning and spatial analysis. Any student in the engineering field of Civil Engineering and those who are interested in this field, will benefit from this course. Start the course today to uncover all the intricacies involved in understanding GIS and spatial interpolation.
Managing Geographical Space and Spatial Analysis
Managing Geographical Space and Spatial Analysis - Learning Outcomes
Attribute Data Management and Data Exploration
Service or Trade Area Analysis
Managing Geographical Space and Spatial Analysis - Lesson Summary
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Explain Univariate and Multivariate Statistics in the Context of Descriptive Statistics.
- Explain Inferential Statistics.
- List the different types of data attributes.
- Discuss how Data is managed.
- Describe Spatial Interpolation.
- Recognise and discuss the Spatial Interpolation Methods.
- Describe how networks can be coded into GIS.
- Recognise the network characteristics and identify the shortest path.
- Explain the Service or Trade Areas.
- Define spatial interaction.
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