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Title: GIS for Educators - Topic 9: Vector Spatial Analysis (Buffers)
Authors: Sutton, Tim
Dassau, Otto
Sutton, Marcelle
Subject: Vector;Buffer;Spatial Analysis;Dissolve Boundary;Inward Buffer;Quantum GIS;Multiple Buffer
Material Type: Tutorial
Issue Date: 8-Aug-2011
Abstract: Understand the use of buffering in vector spatial analysis. Spatial analysis uses spatial information to extract new and additional meaning. Usually spatial analysis is carried out using a GIS Application. A GIS provides normally has spatial analysis tools for feature statistics (e.g. how many vertices make up this polyline?) or geoprocessing such as feature buffering (e.g. which area falls within a certain distance of this feature?). In this worksheet we look more closely at vector analysis, using buffering as an example.
URI: http://elogeo.nottingham.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/url/73
Appears in Collections:GIS for Educators Series
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