GIS Data Inventory

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Azimuthal equidistant projection of the Northern Hemisphere (1958)

Date: 1958
Creator: Canada. Surveys and Mapping Branch.
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Projection: Azimuthal equidistant projection
Scale: 1:15,000,000
Access: Web
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M.C.R. 56.
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Getting to Know ARCObjects Programming ArcGIS with VBA 2003 (2003)

Date: 2003
Creator: Burke, Robert
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Access: CD-ROM [269]
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Getting to Know ArcObjects supports the self-learner and makes a practical lab manual for instructors in the classroom. Those who are new to programming, or just new to ArcObjects, will find this book to be the perfect starting place for getting the most out of ArcGIS and the objects on which it is built.CD-ROM includes:The complete set of ArcObjects object model diagrams, spatial data used in the exercises, all code written in the exercises (which readers can adapt for their own projects), and results.Required software:ArcGIS Desktop 9.1 or 9.2 is required to complete the exercises in this workbook. You can use the ArcView®, ArcEditor™, or ArcInfo® license level.
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Quantitative Methods and Applications in GIS ()

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Creator: Wang, Fahui
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Access: CD ROM [240]
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Covers fundamental spatial analysis tasks and basic and advanced quantitative methods, all implemented in a GIS environment§ Illustrates methods and techniques in various applications in social sciences§ Emphasizes implementation of methods using real-world data§ Demonstrates the diversity of issues that are policy relevant§ Provides step-by-step instructions in case studies using ArcGIS (and other free software)§ Includes a CD-ROM containing all data and sample programs
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