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Mario Carrera-3

Hi all,

a free course about Geographic Information Systems applied to criminology through several video-tutorials is now available.

The list of topics and the links to the different videos are available at this post:
https://blog.gvsig.org/2018/05/07/free-course-about-crime-mapping-gis-in-criminology/

gvSIG Crime is the solution offered by the gvSIG Association to organize, analyze and maintain information related to security and crime. A platform adapted to the needs of each organization and territory, that includes several components, an important web part that establishes the necessary computer infrastructure to organize, share and access spatial information, with all types of spatio-temporal analysis tools, support for field tasks, …, and components that are more oriented to advanced analysis such as the desktop Geographic Information System (GIS).

The course does not intend to make an exhaustive tour of all the gvSIG Desktop tools, and it’s focused on carrying out through practical exercises an invitation to explore the potential of its use in criminology.

We hope that it's useful for you.

Best regards
--

Mario Carrera

Training, Language and Communication Manager. gvSIG Association

Responsable de Formación, Internacionalización y Difusión. Asociación gvSIG

http://www.gvsig.com


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Re: Free course about crime mapping. GIS for criminology

Sara Turnbull
teeeee heeee heee heeee heee

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 5:18 PM, Mario Carrera <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all,

a free course about Geographic Information Systems applied to criminology through several video-tutorials is now available.

The list of topics and the links to the different videos are available at this post:
https://blog.gvsig.org/2018/05/07/free-course-about-crime-mapping-gis-in-criminology/

gvSIG Crime is the solution offered by the gvSIG Association to organize, analyze and maintain information related to security and crime. A platform adapted to the needs of each organization and territory, that includes several components, an important web part that establishes the necessary computer infrastructure to organize, share and access spatial information, with all types of spatio-temporal analysis tools, support for field tasks, …, and components that are more oriented to advanced analysis such as the desktop Geographic Information System (GIS).

The course does not intend to make an exhaustive tour of all the gvSIG Desktop tools, and it’s focused on carrying out through practical exercises an invitation to explore the potential of its use in criminology.

We hope that it's useful for you.

Best regards
--

Mario Carrera

Training, Language and Communication Manager. gvSIG Association

Responsable de Formación, Internacionalización y Difusión. Asociación gvSIG

http://www.gvsig.com


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Re: Free course about crime mapping. GIS for criminology

Chris-3

To MS Turnbull ...

I see you -- and -- raise you

ANALYSING THE PRACTICAL FEASIBILITY OF USING FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE FOR GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
( FOSSGIS) IN MILITARY OPERATIONS

https://repository.up.ac.za/bitstream/handle/2263/60365/Henrico_Analysing_2017.pdf?sequence=1

Leave your chips at the door

To the OP

Thank you Sir


CM


    After taking all of human history
   for population to reach one billion.

   It took only a little over a century
To reach two billion in 1930.

    The Third Billion was added in just thirty years.( 1960 )
        The Fourth Billion in only Fifteen Years. ( 1975 )
The Fifth Billion in Twelve Years ( 1987 )
         The Sixth billion in just ThirteenYears. ( 2000 )


On 7 May 2018 at 18:38, Sara Turnbull wrote:

> teeeee heeee heee heeee heee
>
> On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 5:18 PM, Mario Carrera <[hidden email]> wrote:

> > Hi all,
> > a free course about Geographic Information Systems applied to
> > criminology through several video-tutorials is now available.
> > The list of topics and the links to the different videos are available
> > at this post: https://blog.gvsig.org/2018/05/07/free-course-about-crime-
> > mapping-gis-in-criminology/
> > gvSIG Crime is the solution offered by the gvSIG Association to
> > organize, analyze and maintain information related to security and
> > crime. A platform adapted to the needs of each organization and
> > territory, that includes several components, an important web part that
> > establishes the necessary computer infrastructure to organize, share and
> > access spatial information, with all types of spatio-temporal analysis
> > tools, support for field tasks, …, and components that are more
> > oriented to advanced analysis such as the desktop Geographic Information
> > System (GIS).

> > The course does not intend to make an exhaustive tour of all the gvSIG
> > Desktop tools, and it’s focused on carrying out through practical
> > exercises an invitation to explore the potential of its use in
> > criminology.
> > We hope that it's useful for you.
> >
> > Best regards
> > --
> >
> > *Mario Carrera*
> >
> > Training, Language and Communication Manager. gvSIG Association
> >
> > Responsable de Formación, Internacionalización y Difusión.
> > Asociación gvSIG
> >
> > http://www.gvsig.com
> >
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> > Africa mailing list
> > You can UNSUBSCRIBE at https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/africa
> >
>
>
>
> --
>
> *Sara Turnbull*
>
> Exploration Geologist
>
> M.Sc. | B.Sc. (Hons.)
>
> Pr. Sci. Nat.  117787
>
>
> +27 84 563 6436 <+27%2084%20563%206436>
>
>

  

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Re: Free course about crime mapping. GIS for criminology

Michelle Bester
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Thank you for this.

Regards,
Michelle

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 11:18 AM, Mario Carrera <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all,

a free course about Geographic Information Systems applied to criminology through several video-tutorials is now available.

The list of topics and the links to the different videos are available at this post:
https://blog.gvsig.org/2018/05/07/free-course-about-crime-mapping-gis-in-criminology/

gvSIG Crime is the solution offered by the gvSIG Association to organize, analyze and maintain information related to security and crime. A platform adapted to the needs of each organization and territory, that includes several components, an important web part that establishes the necessary computer infrastructure to organize, share and access spatial information, with all types of spatio-temporal analysis tools, support for field tasks, …, and components that are more oriented to advanced analysis such as the desktop Geographic Information System (GIS).

The course does not intend to make an exhaustive tour of all the gvSIG Desktop tools, and it’s focused on carrying out through practical exercises an invitation to explore the potential of its use in criminology.

We hope that it's useful for you.

Best regards
--

Mario Carrera

Training, Language and Communication Manager. gvSIG Association

Responsable de Formación, Internacionalización y Difusión. Asociación gvSIG

http://www.gvsig.com


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