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The representation and analysis of both infrastructure (gas, electrical, water) and transport networks (road, rail, bus) in GIS requires specific data models and analysis methods. This course will introduce the concepts that underpin network analysis in modern GIS, along with their application to real world network problems. Participants will learn how to construct full network models from standard spatial datasets and become familiar with the tools required to check and ensure their integrity. Network analysis procedures will be presented and applied to real world networks, e.g. finding the shortest optimal route between locations.
Please note that our courses are reviewed regularly, both in response to feedback and so that information about recent research and developments can be included. Thus, content may be subject to change.
For those involved in creating and analysing networks of any kind. An intermediate level of GIS experience is required.
Please contact the Professional Development Unit for details of fees.
The course fee includes tuition, course materials, lunch and refreshments.