I love to spend time outdoors, and I have even put together a survival kit for activities such as hiking and camping. One item that is always included…

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As someone who enjoys racing RC speed cars, I decided to become more involved and find the best GPS for RC speed runs. Although it felt like there…

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Since I was a young child, I have been a huge fan of compasses. I have always had the question in my mind of why does a compass…

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As someone who enjoys maps and navigation systems, I came across two highly used systems called the Geographic Information System (GIS) and the Global Positioning System (GPS). My…

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If you are planning to go hiking or mountain biking in a national park having a wrist compass is an absolute must, especially if you are not familiar…

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Recently, I have become fascinated with the world of geocaching, which is an activity that requires individuals to search for “caches” or hidden containers of objects. As Electric…

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Reference Map vs. Thematic Map

As we move into GIS (Geographic Information Science), we will often start working with a reference map of some sort, setting borders or marking landmarks. Then, we layer…

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Vector data vs Raster Data

You may be interested to know more about vector and raster data. In this article, I will provide details about the two different types of data, give reviews…

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If you are interested in learning how to create the perfect GIS portfolio, you have come to the right place. In this article, I will teach you the importance…

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The internet is full of fantastic maps that inform, inspire, and get your brain working in new ways. These collected maps are all at the top of their…

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