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Subject:Re: quality control -suggestions please From:The Ashrafs <ashrafs -at- JUNO -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 12 Mar 1997 01:31:14 EST
On Tue, 11 Mar 1997 13:33:49 -0700 David C Mason <dcm -at- KPCO -dot- COM> writes:
>> I dont know the term GIS.
>> Can you clue me in?
>GIS stands for Geographical Information Systems. It is a way of
>dispalying spatial data with attributes stored in database files. It
>allows forcapturing, manipulating, storing, analyzing, and displaying
>any form of geographically referenced information.
They're like, electronic maps, man!
>From ashrafs -at- juno -dot- com -dot-
Urgent messages during office hours [New York Time]
to sabahat_ashraf -at- mentorg -dot- com -dot-
"Show me the Money"