City and Regional Planning 255

Urban Planning Applications of Geographic Information Systems
This course introduces students to the relatively new and rapidly expanding field of Geographical Information Systems (GIS). The course focuses on GIS and its application to both city and regional problems in the San Francisco Bay Area and offers students a toolkit for integrating spatial information into planning solutions. The laboratory sessions will mainly employ a vector model to solving problems. Topics include problem identification, data discovery, database design, construction, modeling, and analytical measurement.

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Waddell Fall 2014 Download Flag