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Could non-observational data and goal-driven behaviours be represented in GIS?

December 02 2009 | 0 comments

Dear Sir / Madame

I would like to think you for your help, and I would like to ask you about a significant subject which is representation.First, could non-observational data and goal-driven behaviours be represented in GIS?how ? . Second, Could you tell me more specifically what the types of geographical and other data which cannot be represented in current geographical information systems.

I am looking forward to hearing from you

Best wishes

Nawaf

Mapping Center Answer:

If you can establish that a relationship and/or connectivity exists between your data and what you are trying to analyze, then you can use GIS. GIS and its many uses are still being explored and researched. Perhaps the best thing to do is to see how you can make GIS work for your scenario!

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