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Principles of Geographical Information Systems presents a strong theoretical basis for GIS, often lacking in other texts, and an account of its practice. It explains why spatial data and the information systems based on them are so important in the modern world using clearly explained real-world examples of how spatial data and an analysis of their interactions are used to solve a range of practical problems.
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