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Las Cruces & El Paso SQL Server Users Group

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“Visualizing Geographic Data Over the Web” with Timothy C Pitts, PhD

  • In-Person @ 700 N. Main st. Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States (map)
  • 12:00 - 13:00 (UTC-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

The Las Cruces-El Paso SQL Server User Group (LCEP) will be having its next meeting, Thursday 3/9/17 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM at the Las Cruces City Hall - 700 N Main St, Rm 2007-C, Las Cruces, NM 88001.  Timothy C Pitts, PhD will be sharing his knowledge.  Join us for his presentation “Visualizing Geographic Data Over the Web”.  Ask Tim questions, get to know your peers, maybe win a prize and have lunch on us! 


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Featured Presentation:

Visualizing Geographic Data Over the Web

Timothy C Pitts, PhD, GIS Programmer/Analyst City of Las Cruces

About this session: When our database records reflect things that exist at different locations, it is easiest to understand them when they can be seen on a map. Location references might include street addresses, zip codes, GPS coordinates, or some other spatial extent or identification. Turning database records with location references into geographic data used to be cumbersome and require specialized expertise. There are now many easy to use tools that can do this. This presentation will demonstrate some simple ways to share geographic data over the web in a map that can be viewed on a webpage or mobile application that requires no specialized knowledge or expensive software.

About Timothy C:
Tim has been GIS Programmer/Analyst with the City of Las Cruces since 2013. Prior to that he served as GIS Director for Citrus County, FL. He holds a PhD in Geography from the State University of New York at Buffalo where he specialized in Economic Geography, Quantitative Methods, and GIS. He has previously worked as a university professor, land use planner, and real estate developer/broker.


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