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THATCamp Texas 2012
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Overview

Event: THATCamp Texas 2012

You: Highly intelligent and savvy with a variety of software applications, but little to no experience with GIS.

Our Tasks: (1) Identify Suitable Pizzerias to Eat, (2) Explore the U.S. and Dallas through history, (3) Georeference a map of Texas, (4) Export the map into Google Earth.

Date: Friday, March 09, 10-1130am

Software We Will Use: ArcGIS 10 (Campus Locations)

Assistance After Workshop: Contact me, Joshua Been, GIS librarian (contact information on right side of screen)

 

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