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Building GIS Web Sites Without Programming - Using CartoDB

Building GIS Web Sites Without Programming - Using CartoDB

In this course you will learn how to use the CartoDB platform to..

Introduction To QGIS

Introduction to QGIS

QGIS is a cross-platform free and open source desktop geographic information systems..

Introduction To OpenLayers Programming

Introduction to OpenLayers Programming

This is our entry level programming course for programming the OpenLayers API…

Open Source GIS Bootcamp

Open Source GIS Bootcamp

Have you ever wanted learn how to use open source GIS software offerings to develop web based..

Programming PyQGIS

Programming PyQGIS

QGIS is a cross-platform free and open source desktop geographic information systems..

GeoServer Certification Training

GeoServer Certification Training

The course will teach advanced techniques to get more out of your GeoServer

Introduction To Spatial Statistics Using R And ArcGIS Desktop/Qgis

Introduction To Spatial Statistics Using R And ArcGIS Desktop/Qgis

This one day (8 hour) course is a hands on applied workshop designed to teach people how to correctly apply spatial statistics to spatial data.

Intermediate To Spatial Statistics Using R And ArcGIS Desktop/QGIS

Intermediate To Spatial Statistics Using R And ArcGIS Desktop/QGIS

This course is a hands on applied workshop designed to teach people how to correctly apply spatial statistics to spatial data

Geoserver - Foundation

Geoserver - Foundation

The course is specifically designed as a first step to expanding a relatively basic knowledge of GeoServer.

Geoserver - Intermediate

Geoserver - Intermediate

The course is specifically designed as a next step to the Geoserver foundation course with a view to exploring Data..

Geoserver - Advanced

Geoserver - Advanced

The course is specifically designed for developers with basic knowledge of GeoServer, who intend to increase their formal..

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