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« February 2017 »

GEOSTAT 2017 Split


Meštrovićevo šetalište 45

The GEOSTAT Split 2017 Summer School is 12th in a series of summer schools organized by R and Open Source (OS) GIS developers and enthusiasts. GEOSTAT aims at PhD students and researchers in a range of environmental and GIS sciences, especially those focusing on analyzing spatial and spatio-temporal gridded data in R and OS GIS.

The registrations will open soon. Subscribe to R-sig-geo mailing list to receive regular updates.

Save the date: 13 August (Sunday) to 20 August (Sunday) 2016

The topics include: spatial and spatio-temporal data and analysis in R, spatial and spatio-temporal geostatistics, processing large rasters and big data analytics in R, QGIS, RQGIS software tutorials, overview of machine learning methods in R, visualization of spatial and spatio-temporal data in Google Earth.

The GEOSTAT 2017 will include:

  • Training sessions / R package and GIS software tutorials;
  • Discussion sessions;
  • Spatial prediction competition game;
  • Orientation game;
  • Excursion (outdoor hiking);


MEDILS Split | Meštrovićevo šetalište 45, HR – 21000 Split, Croatia The Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences – MedILS is a life science institute in Split, Croatia, envisioned as an international centre of excellence for molecular biology. It is located in a park on one of the most beautiful stretches of Croatia's Adriatic coast.

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