In part 2 of the MobileMapper instructions we collected data in the field. Now we are going to move our data from the Magellan to the PC and post-process it to improve spatial accuracy.
(Only works for UK locations!)
So you need to put a map in your dissertation, paper or presentation, simply to show the locations of your study area or your sample sites. Continue reading “15 minute map”
In general university staff and students do not need to pay for technical support, like advice on using specific software.
When it comes to specialized support for research projects the respective service provider – in the case of GIS services SED – decides how to handle support. Continue reading “Do I need to pay for GIS services?”
Continued from part 1 of the MobileMapper instructions. We assume you did set up the MobileMapper as described there.
The following is a quick guide on using the Mopbilemapper 6 in the field. For detailed instructions see the MobileMapper 6 manuals from pro.magellangps.com. Continue reading “Magellan MobileMapper 6 GPS – Part 2”
What is the difference between ArcView and ArcMap? Don’t worry if you cannot answer this immediately, ESRI product names are quite confusing. Continue reading “ArcGIS, ArcMap, ArcView, Arcinfo – ESRI products explained”
So you have collected your sample site locations with a Garmin GPS 60 and now you want to process them in ArcGIS or MS Excel? Continue reading “How to bring GPS data into ArcGIS, MS Excel, and databases”
So you have collected your sample site locations with a Garmin GPS 60 and now you want to see them Google Earth or Google Maps?