Earn an Advanced Graduate GIS Certificate in one-year at Stony Brook University
YouTube videos: This is a Schematic design style, focusing on usability by taking into account cognitive load and capacity.
Long Island GIS Spring 2015 User Conference on April 30th, 2015 at Brookhaven National Lab in Berkner Hall (Bldg 488) It’s easy to register and best of all – it’s FREE! CLICK here to Register Special Note: Bring ID as you must sign in at the front gate and obtain a visitors pass to gain access. *Outside […]
LIGIS has set up a GItHub site at https://github.com/LIGIS
This post is designed to provide clarity on the future of our Flex and Silverlight development efforts.
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During the early part of our clean-up efforts from Hurricane Sandy we realized the enormity of the event with regard to the amount of storm debris. We needed an easy way to get information to our residents and we needed this information to be publicly available.
New York State has signed an agreement with Esri to provide GIS licenses for the K-12 environment. The New York State GIS Association is in the final stages of addressing the administrative details of this agreement which will run through July 31, 2014. Through this agreement, GIS software will be […]
By: Thomas J. Marquardt, A.I.C.P. (member of LIGIS Steering Committee) Remember; it is not shameful to be lazy. Use all of the tools whether they are simple or complicated; but get the job done with the least amount of effort.