Spring time is upon us, time to open up those doors and get some fresh air. The NYS GIS Association continues with its stellar lineup of Professional Development Webinars for the month of April. We have the honor of hosting Anita Graser, an expert and open source GIS advocate, with her presentation “Exploring Open Source: QGIS and Its Analysis Tools”.
Date: Wednesday April 18, 2018 — Time: 2pm – 3pm
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Seats for this webinar are going to go fast, don’t miss out. We look forward to your attendance!
Anita Graser is a scientist, open source GIS advocate, and author.
She maintains a blog, https://anitagraser.com/, started in 2010 as a place to record her thoughts and experiences in using open source GIS.
Her background is in computer science with a specialization in geographic information science and she is currently working with the Center for Mobility Systems at the Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna. She is teaching QGIS classes at UNIGIS Salzburg and serves on the QGIS project steering committee. From 2015 to 2017,
She also served on the OSGeo board of directors.She has published several books about QGIS, including “Learning QGIS” (currently 3rd edition), “QGIS Map Design”, and “QGIS 2 Cookbook”. Furthermore, she also develops tools such as Time Manager and pgRoutingLayer plugin for QGIS.
You can follow her on Twitter @underdarkGIS.