- Subject index
Using Geodata and Geolocation in the Social Sciences: Mapping our Connected World provides an engaging and accessible introduction to the Geoweb with clear, step-by-step guides for: • Capturing Geodata from sources including GPS, sensor networks and Twitter • Visualizing Geodata using programmes including QGIS, GRASS and R Featuring colour images, practical exercises and a companion website packed with resources, this book is the perfect guide for students and teachers looking to incorporate location-based data into their social science research.
Chapter 12: Working with Geodata in GRASS
Working with Geodata in GRASS
This chapter includes:
- Exercise 1: Download and install GRASS and begin a new project
- Exercise 2: Working with vector data
- Exercise 3: Working with raster data
- Exercise 4: 3D raster visualization
- Exercise 5: Temporal data analysis
- Exercise 6: Using GRASS tools in QGIS to work with an existing mapset
- Exercise 7: Importing data to create a new mapset
- Exercise 8: Data conversion
In this chapter you will continue working with vector and raster spatial data in another powerful GIS software package: the Geographic Resources Analysis Support System, commonly known as GRASS. GRASS GIS, like QGIS, is a free and open source collection of software tools designed for the visualization, management, and analysis of geospatial data and comes with some very powerful analytic modules. Originally ...