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May 10 | U_Lecture webinar Open and Reproducible Spatial Data Analysis for Spatial Data – Ideas and Examples

May 10 | U_Lecture webinar Open and Reproducible Spatial Data Analysis for Spatial Data – Ideas and Examples Professor Chris Brunsdon, Professor of Geocomputation at Maynooth University, Ireland The idea of reproducible research has gained much recent attention. This is an approach to publishing reports, documents and web sites relating to data analysis in which complete information regarding the data used and the programming scripts used to perform the analysis are encapsulated in a single object. The idea is that third parties can not only read the report but they can also reproduce any analytical results or visualisations included in …

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Call extended: UNIGIS Geospatial Events Grants – GEG

Applications accepted until April 14, 2017!!! The UNIGIS International Association is announcing the first call of the “Geospatial events grant” (GEG), funded by UNIGIS International Association and industry partners. The objective of GEG is to connect active UNIGIS students with the international geospatial community and to create added value within the UNIGIS network. Participating in a leading Geospatial event will enhance the learning experience beyond lessons and exercises and is of course an excellent opportunity to establish new contacts with GIS experts from all over the world. The call considers the following list of events eligible for grant sponsorship: Geospatial …

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The real Living Map

As you might know there are three different kinds of networks: professional networks, personal networks and Triangular Irregular Networks. This weekend a new group of UNIGIS professional students were heavily engaged in building all kinds of networks in order to set a good starting point for a year of collaborative learning. Read the complete story…

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