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3.95 out of 5
3.95
15 reviews on Udemy

Learn to use QGIS for remote sensing and map making

A course that will help you use QGIS for remote sensing and map making
Instructor:
Paul Nicoara
1,128 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Install an Open source GIS software
Learn basics of QGIS
Learn how to download and import GIS data
Learn how to create new layers in QGIS
Learn how to manipulate GIS data
Learn how to represent GIS data on a map
Classify Landsat 8 images

Hello everybody. Welcome to this tutorial.

I will try to guide you to analyze satellite images and to create a beautiful map .

The course covers a theoretical aspect of GIS, installing GIS, downloading GIS free data from the web, importing the data in the software, creating some vector layers, manual and automatic classification of satellite images, applying some basic spatial functions and exporting the result. At the end you will be able to create a map.

Hope you find it useful. 

About GIS

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Introduction. What is GIS?
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What is GIS?
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Where do i get a GIS software from?
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Name some GIS software
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Where do i get GIS data from?
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What is the most important aspect of GIS data?

Make your first GIS project

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Create new GIS data
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GIS Data manipulation
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More GIS data creation
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Data creation and manipulation

Data representation and map export

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GIS data representation
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QGIS Map composer
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Create the map

Download Landsat 8 data

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Download Landsat 8 data
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How to build the virtual raster for a Landsat 8 image in QGIS
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How to clip Landsat 8 image - Remote sensing

Classify Landsat data

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Manual classification of Landsat 8 data in QGIS - creating shapefiles
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How to do manual classification of Landsat 8 data in QGIS - digitization
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How to do automated supervised classification of Landsat 8 data in QGIS
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How to do automated unsupervised classification of Landsat 8 data in QGIS
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How to create the map of the classification results of Landsat 8 data in QGIS
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2 hours on-demand video
Certificate of Completion

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