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Creating Maps with Tableau

Creating Maps with Tableau

GIS, or Geographic Information System, is a technology that combines geographical data with various types of information to analyze, visualize, and interpret spatial relationships. What makes geospatial analysis significant isn't only the location itself - it's the events, objects, ideas, phenomena, and change centered on that location that allow for a dynamic digital map. Geospatial humanities is the use of mapping and geospatial technologies for social, cultural, and historical inquiry.

This session will introduce participants to GIS/Mapping through the highly accessible and easy-to-use Tableau interface. 

Free & Open to the Public.

Tuesday, April 9, 2024
11:00am - 12:30pm
Classroom 107
  Library Employees     Public     UM Employee     UM Student  
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Adam Clemons