A COVID-19 dashboard showing cases and testing using NSW Local Government areas is a timely and useful small case-study in data visualisation – and the value of metadata!
When: Wednesday 28th from 12.30pm
Where: Map Library
Topic: Geospatial Data Sources, Metadata, and Web-services
Spatial Data Management for Projects – tips and tricks to help you manage your data instead of have your spatial data manage you 😉
SALtech – 12pm – Map Library – Tuesday August 1st
TOPIC: Geospatial Data Sources, Metadata, WebServices
>> Tomorrow at 12pm in the Map Library
– All data is equal – some is just more equal, isn’t it?
– When do I metadata?
– Web-services vs a copy of my very own ♥
The April SALtech session for 2017 is tomorrow:
Does your data always land in the right spot on your maps?
12pm – Map Collection Room (41.G03A)
RSVP form in the post 🙂
What happens when someone is interested in the spatial data generated by your research?
Have you thought about what your options are in making it available?
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Are you interested in what Applied Geospatial Science can bring to YOUR research toolkit?