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Thematic maps show one or more themes (or variables) arranged spatially on a map. In this workshop, we’ll explore the basic building blocks of geospatial visualizations, including data types, file formats, and some ways of representing data, using a free and open source GIS called QGIS.
Location: IHL 413 (fourth floor). This is the second of four workshops offered by the Rutgers Digital Humanities Initative.