Date(s) - 17/04/2019 - 08/05/2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
CCSF Mission Campus
Have you ever seen a beautiful interactive map visualization online and wondered how the heck they did that? Sometimes the world of interactive maps and data visualization can be overwhelming: which tools should I use? What language should I learn? Is my data going to work? This workshop aims to give you the foundation to start developing your own interactive maps and geospatial visualizations for the web by focusing on a few popular and open source tools that you can master and build on as you go. With a few foundational skills and a bit of knowledge, friendly and energetic Dan Swick will show how you can build your own beautiful maps and visualizations for the web. We’ll cover:
– processing and working with spatial data on the web
– publishing your creation for others to see
—- This workshop meets 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. for four sessions: April 17, April 24, May 1, and May 8.
- A 1 year license of Esri’s ArcGIS for personal use
- Hands-on lab time and opportunity to work closely with the instructor
- Certificate of Attendance and/or Completion, upon request
- The workshop venue may change based on classroom availability. Registered students will be given advance notice if this is the case.
- Students must bring their own laptops to participate in this workshop, either a PC or a Mac.
For more information about this workshop, the GIS Educaton Center, and our refund policy, please visit ccsfgis.org