Michigan State University

QGIS Workshops @ MSU Libraries

QGIS is a popular open source Geographic Information System that runs on several operating systems. The introductory workshop on October 19th will focus on introductory topics such as how to acquire and display GIS shapefiles, map a list of addresses, perform a spatial analysis, and create a layout. The second workshop will further build on QGIS skills by working with raster images and data. Participants will learn how to georeference a digitized map (such as a historic map or aerial photo) and create vector data from it for basic analysis. Map Projections and data alignment will also be discussed. Both workshops will be led by Amanda Tickner, GIS Librarian, and Kasey Wilson, GIS Technician for MSU Libraries. Seating is limited, so sign up now!
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