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Title: GIS for Educators - Topic 4: Data Capture
Authors: Sutton, Tim
Dassau, Otto
Sutton, Marcelle
Subject: Editing;Data Capture;Heads-up;Table;Database;Quantum GIS
Material Type: Tutorial
Issue Date: 8-Aug-2011
Abstract: Learn how to create and edit vector and attribute data. In the previous two topics we looked at vector data. We saw that there are two key concepts to vector data, namely: geometry and attributes. The geometry of a vector feature describes its shape and position, while the attributes of a vector feature describe its properties (colour, size, age etc.). In this section we will look more closely at the process of creating and editing vector data – both the geometry and attributes of vector features.
URI: http://elogeo.nottingham.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/url/68
Appears in Collections:GIS for Educators Series
QGIS

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