Public Health

The Evolution of Mapping Disease

The current pandemic is highlighting how important GIS is in understanding and interpreting data. History shows the evolution of GIS…

Using GIS to study health care services and utilization––from local to national

Access to timely and quality health care is an important determinant of health and well-being. Despite universal health coverage in…

GIS Open Source versioning tool for a multi-user Distributed Environment (part 2)

Cet article est aussi disponible en français. This article is the 2nd part of GIS Open Source versioning tool for a multi-user Distributed…

GIS in Public Health: Kingston GoGeomatics Social Thursday, January 19

Free GIS & Public Health  Talk in Kingston Thursday, January 19, 2017 6:00 PM Sir John A Public House 343…

Easy Access to Data: The CGDI Initiative

The Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI) is an initiative of Natural Resources Canada that began in 2001. The CGDI does…

It’s a Geospatial world we live in: Find Your Happy Place

When does a space become a place? There are a myriad of small open spaces and buildings throughout towns and…

International Spatial Symposium in Quebec City: CAMUSS 2016

You are cordially invited to participate in the Second International Symposium on Cellular Automata Modeling for Urban and Spatial Systems…

Professional Certification: Population Health Data Analysis in British Columbia

Population health research is inherently interdisciplinary, multifaceted and firmly rooted in the evolving connections between place, time and related socioeconomic…

Celebrating GIS Day at Carleton University

GIS Day is November 19, and GoGeomatics is looking forward to participating in this global celebration at Carleton University’s GIS…

Team Ryerson at the 2014 Spatial Knowledge Information (SKI) Conference in Banff, Alberta

On February 6-9, 2014, Dr. Claus Rinner, Associate Professor of Geography and Program Director of the Master of Spatial Analysis…