Last month I took part in my first 30DayMapChallenge – a daily mapmaking challenge that takes place in November each year.
For the graded assignment in the Introduction to Mapping, Spatial Data and GIS course I completed in June I made the following map:
Things I got up to in the last week:
- GEOG 868: Lesson 5: Working with Esri’s Desktop Geodatabases
- read some of my BCS cartography book
- accidentally started a website redesign project
Some rambles about each of those:
Just a few things to note this week:
In Lesson 4 of GEOG 868 I completed a site selection using PostGIS.
A few things I got up to this week:
The Making Maps unit for the Introduction to Mapping, Spatial Data and GIS course I completed in June featured a tourism case study. The exercise that week was to create a tourist map of Melbourne in Australia.
Oops, my first late weeknote! I intended to get it done at the weekend rather than on Wednesday like usual, but that has ended up slipping over to today, Monday. Anyway. What GIS things did I get up to since my last post?
In Lesson 3 of GEOG 868 I played around with PostgreSQL and PostGIS for the first time. For the project at the end you are given a
class_roster.txt file that contains a list of students and their postal codes. The task was to join that with data provided earlier in the lesson and then plot the students’ locations on a map in QGIS. Here’s how I went about doing that.
So. Hello again.