Geographic information systems (gis)-image processing, Computer Graphics

Geographic Information Systems (GIS): The most generally utilized software is: ArcMap.


I.          Works inside a geographic context.

II.         Great for overlaying numerous vector and raster layers.

III.        This has a somewhat restricted analysis although ability, these restrictions are being decreased.

IV.        More general than remote sensing software.

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