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Spatial Media

Understanding Spatial Media
Kitchin, Rob
Book – 2017

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Getting to Know Web GIS

Getting to Know Web GIS : Second Edition
By Fu, Pinde
Book – 2016

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OpenLayers 3. X Cookbook

OpenLayers 3. X Cookbook
By Langley, Peter J.
Book – 2016

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Mastering OpenLayers

Mastering OpenLayers 3
By Farkas, Gábor
Book – 2016

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Gis Python

Gis Tutorial for Python Scripting By Allen, David W. (Book – 2014 )

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Thinking about GIS

Thinking about GIS – Geographic Information System Planning for Managers 4th Edition, Roger Tomlinson, – 2011

Managers who are planning a GIS system will want to read this book. 200 pages with DVD.

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GPS for dummies

GPS for dummies 2nd edition / by Joel McNamara, Wiley, 2008

Here is a book to help you use your GPS unit. This topic popped out at me: your cellphone uses ‘Assisted GPS’ which combines GPS signals with cellphone tower triangulation (if you have paid fees…). You will find other interesting topics here. 350 pages.

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Mapping global cities : GIS methods in urban analysis

Mapping global cities : GIS methods in urban analysis / Ayşe Pamuk, ESRI Press, 2006

Mapping Global Cities: GIS Methods in Urban Analysis shows how the analysis of relevant data with GIS can provide a powerful new perspective in addressing urban research and policy questions, and it enhances our understanding and efforts in solving urban planning problems. Author Ayse Pamuk draws upon her extensive fieldwork experience in developing countries, over ten years of work as a university professor, and extends it in new ways by using the power of spatial analysis with GIS.” — from the ESRI site.

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GIS for dummies

GIS for dummies / by Michael N. DeMers, Wiley, 2009

Here is a book for users of GIS systems. 350 very readable pages.

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Google Earth for dummies

Google Earth for dummies / by David A. Crowder, Wiley, 2007

It used to be that a GIS package cost thousands, and you had to attend university to learn how to use it. Now there is Google Earth and related sites that are free unless you want a pro version. Here is the user manual!