About:RSpatial.org, led by Dr. Hijmans, we’ll cover how to process and manipulate spatial data using R. Here is your chance to learn from one of the best! Please join us for this introduction into R Spatial.
About: This workshop will teach any user to utilize opensource (learn more) GIS software. The workshop will cover typical basic GIS software workflow needs such as loading data, changing the way data is displayed, and where to find analysis tools. You can use QGIS anytime at home, for absolutely free on Mac, Linux, or Windows. Continue reading #maptimeDavis – Intro to QGIS→
When: October 1st, 2018 @ 1:00 – 3:00 pm Location: DSI Classroom (360 Shields Library) Prerequisite: No experience necessary! Bring a laptop (and we recommend a mouse).
About: #maptimeDavis OpenStreetMap Humanitarian Mapathon will support disaster planning and relief by creating data needed for humanitarian efforts such as identifying roads and communities in satellite imagery. We’ll start with an introduction for all levels of experience to the Humanitarian Open Street Map Task Editor, then we’ll pick a few tasks to work on as a group. Our last mapathon contributed data to Crowd2Map to provide road and building data to help rescue workers find women in need of intervention before their communities commit FGM. Anyone can contribute! Interested? Please stop by at anytime with your laptop!
#maptime is time for making maps! Join the UC Davis geospatial community for a mapping skills workshop series. Workshops take place Mondays 1:10-3:00pm in the DSI Classroom, 360 Shields Library. Register for workshops on the UC Davis Library’s Workshops Page.
When? Tuesday, May 29, 1:00-3:00 in the DSI Classroom – room 360 Shields Library
Come learn to predict species distributions based on observation data, using R. Following a tutorial from Rspatial.org, Elise Hellwig will coach us through modeling the distribution of Sasquatch using the R programming language.
When? Tuesday, May 22, 1:00-3:00 in the DSI Classroom – room 360 Shields Library
Orestis Herodotou, Software Engineer at Planet, a satellite imaging company in the Bay Area, will be coming to show everyone how to work with Planet data (satellite imagery with an almost daily return interval). Don’t miss this workshop because it won’t be offered again soon.