Session 13: A Quick Introduction to Spatial Data and Analysis
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Guest lecturer Nicholas Nagle is a GIScientist/geospatial analyst whose research centers on combining spatial data in order to produce more reliable geographic information. Prof. Nagle holds a joint faculty appointment with the Geographic Information Science and Technology group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is currently working on a number of projects improving the availability and reliability of data from the US Census Bureau, developing methods to identify land cover change, and is working on a number of projects related to population and health, both in Tennessee and in developing countries.
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The development of the 2016 version of the course is sponsored by the National Science Foundation as part of the NSF-Census Research Network (NCRN), under grant #1131848 to the Cornell node, with additional support for network-wide dissemination through the NCRN coordinating grant #1237602, the office of the Kenneth F. Kahn Dean of the ILR School, and the Labor Dynamics Institute. Previous versions of this course also received funding from the National Science Foundation Information Technologies Research Program under grant SES #0427889.
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