Library Staff can assist acquiring geospatial datasets and a full spectrum of GIS analysis support
Interested in campus GIS activities?Join the campus GIS Listserv to keep up to date with campus GIS activities and to engage in discussions pertaining to all things geospatial.
The latest ArcGIS software can be accessed from the following locations:
Architecture & Fine Arts Library
Architecture Building Computer Lab
Digital Media Studio
Electronic Business Library
Science & Engineering Library
Social Work Electronic Library
University Hall Computer Lab
Below are among the most common types of research conducted at UT Arlington:
Computer Science & Engineering
Reserve Officers' Training Corp (ROTC)
City & Regional Planning
Digital data pertaining to a geographic or spatial location. Popular examples include GIS data formats, GPS data, and remotely sensed imagery.
Digital data pertaining to numbers, most often organized in tables. Statistical analysis is often performed on this data, and numeric data can be related/merged/joined to geospatial data as well. Popular examples include Excel tables, databases, and SAS/SPSS tables.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Computer systems that aid in the management and analysis of geographically referenced data. GIS allows the user to link geospatial data with numeric data in order to see relationships and patterns.