GIS Blog

My data aren’t lining up!

In this post I’ll talk about using the Spatial Adjustment toolbar to shift vector data from where it is to where it should be. A key underlying idea of GIS is that data layers overlay because they all live in the same geographic space.  If this doesn’t happen then there’s not much value in the…

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How can I get some data?

All of our GIS data are stored on the network and anyone can easily access them.  To get started: Open Windows Explorer and go to Tools > Map Network Drive In the Drive window, pick J: In the folder window, type \\c-fs3\gis2 If you’re always going to using the same computer, tick the “Reconnect at…

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Welcome to the GIS Blog

They say that there are three things that matter most in property: location, location, location.  This isn’t going to be a blog about property but if location is important to you than you’re in the right place.  We (Crile Doscher and Brad Case) have started this blog in the hopes of doing a better job…

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