- Compendium of articles and reports
About the course
Political, geographical and economic theories are used to form a basis of empirical applications applied on a European setting. During the course, several practical skills are taught to introduce students to computer-based analysis of spatial data. This is done by using vector data in geographic information systems (GIS). The course includes ongoing work in which the student learns the theoretical basics of GIS and learns to handle the practical functions of the GIS program. Emphasis is placed on empirical applications, analyzed using the theoretical framework of the course. GIS skills included are:
- Thematic mapping
- Data and statistics management
- Presentation of data
At least 60 credits in a social science subject
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Faculty of Culture and Society
At the Faculty of Culture and Society, research and education concerns many of the major issues of our time – for example those...