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What is Urban Growth

How to define Urban Growth Urban growth is defined as the rate at which the population of an urban area increases. This result from urbanization which is the movement of people from rural areas to urban areas. Urban growth may lead to a rise in the economic development of a country. Urban growth is also

GIS Software

GIS Software

What is a GIS Software ? Geographic Information System software or GIS Softwares are computer-based tools for mapping and analyzing things that exist and events that occur on earth surface. —It is capable of capturing, storing, analyzing and displaying geographically referenced information. Which GIS Software to choose ? Various gis softwares are available in industry. Every GIS

Types of Variables

Types of Variables There are 4 types of variables namely nominal, ordinal, interval & ratio. These are further classified as qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative – Nominal & Ordinal Quantitative – Interval & Ratio Nominal Variables Also called as discrete/qualitative or categorical variables. These can only me used for qualitative classification. Categories can be 2 or

GIS Application in Urban Planning Projects

Use of GIS Application in Urban Planning Projects GIS Application help us in forecasting & analysing the undesirable outcomes by preparing model. The greatest risk involved in any project is that the decisions made in haste will prove too costly to implement. To avoid those bad experiences, GIS professionals, experts analysts and planners need to have a well-defined

Who uses GIS Software – Organisations and Departments

Who uses GIS

Who uses GIS GIS software is being used widely in almost all fields. GIS softwares are used by individual people, communities, research institutions, environmental scientists, health organisations, land use planners, businesses, and government agencies at all levels. Uses range from information storage; spatial pattern identification; visual presentation of spatial relationships; remote sensing – all sometimes made available