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Title: GIS for Educators - Topic 2: Vector Data
Authors: Sutton, Tim
Dassau, Otto
Sutton, Marcelle
Subject: Vector;Point;Polyline;Polygon;Vertex;Geometry;Scale;Data Quality;Symbology;Data Sources;Quantum GIS
Material Type: Tutorial
Issue Date: 8-Aug-2011
Abstract: Understanding of vector data models as used in GIS. Vector data provide a way to represent real world features within the GIS environment. A feature is anything you can see on the landscape such as houses, roads, trees, rivers, and so on. Each one of these things would be a feature when we represent them in a GIS Application. Vector features have attributes, which consist of text or numerical information that describes the feature. In this worksheet we expore the different geometry types used to represent vectors.
URI: http://elogeo.nottingham.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/url/66
Appears in Collections:GIS for Educators Series
QGIS

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