This is a list of past presentations that are available on the TAG YouTube Channel.
Hidden Treasures: Dig Up Some GIS Data at Your Local Library (recorded 11/3/2015)
For those who missed Jeff Essic’s presentation at NC AUG on data mining and mapping with library resources, now you can see what you missed! Jeff give us an encore presentation that will take us through the different hidden (or not obvious) links to download shapefiles, explore databases, and more
“Using Collector for ArcGIS and Lessons Learned” (Recorded 10/13/2015-Link coming soon!)
-Presented by Eric Wilson, GIS Developer, KCI Technologies
“ROAM if you want to, ROAM around the world…(and collect some data while you’re doing it! – for free)” (Recorded 10/13/2015-Link coming soon!)
–Presented by Julia Harrell, GIS Specialist
ROAM is a simple to use FOSS4G (Free & Open Source Software for Geospatial) field data collection application built using QGIS for the Windows platform (Tablets & Laptops running full Windows, not Windows RT). ROAM is built as a fully packaged Python application that bundles everything it needs into a single folder and functions in offline/standalone mode. The full QGIS software package is not required to be installed on the field clients. This informational session will introduce the software and provide a short demonstration of a small mapping project for collecting data in the field.
Driven Pages – Best Practices for Highest Functionality (Recorded 9/18/2014-Link coming soon!)
Presented by Katherine Cotney
This presentation takes the user through all the Data Driven Pages settings, and reviews techniques that help make DDP produce sophisticated cartographic effects.