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Metz: GRASS GIS 7 tutorial / update

Date & time: Wednesday 18 June, 09.00-17.00

Objective: Introduction to GRASS GIS: from history and background to statistical modules and GRASS+R.

General description: The tutorial will begin with a general introduction to GRASS with a few exercises to get familiar with GRASS. Emphasis will be put on some important concepts of GRASS: locations, computational regions and vector topology. The amount of exercises will then increase from session to session, ending with GRASS – R interaction.

Required back-ground knowledge: GIS and spatial data processing, statistics.
Software / R packages required: GRASS GIS 7; R packages: rgdal, spgrass6 (works fine with GRASS 7)

Literature:

  • Neteler, M., Mitasova, H., 2008. Open Source GIS: A GRASS GIS Approach, 3rd Edt. Springer, The International Series in Engineering and Computer Science: Volume 773. 406 p.
  • Neteler, M., Bowman, M.H., Landa, M. and Metz, M. (2012): GRASS GIS: a multi-purpose Open Source GIS. Environmental Modelling & Software, 31: 124-130 (DOI)

Location

NHH
workshop B
Bergen
Norway
AttachmentSize
elev_ncstate_500m_tif.zip1.8 MB
nc_boundary_county_0.tgz6.28 MB
nc_spm_08_geostat.tgz7.29 MB
meuse.zip5.51 MB
dem.zip15.56 MB
meuse_scripts.zip1.98 KB
grass_geostat2014_intro.pdf4.42 MB
grass_geostat2014_dem.pdf1.15 MB
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