by Lee Ann Fullington and Himanshu Mistry
May 20, 2013
Geographic information systems (GIS) allow us to take spatial data from various sources, overlay map layers, analyze and model the data, and visualize the results in maps, reports, and charts. To celebrate the exciting applications of GIS and the resources available at NYU, Data Services and the Coles Science Center at Bobst Library joined together to host an event last year to highlight GIS projects and services across the University: GIS Day@NYU.
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