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Geographic Information Systems
GIS produces a spatial representation of environmental and/or socio economic data. Different kinds of information can be overlaid to graphically represent a story or complex idea. The information then becomes centrally accessible.
Our maps can be outputted into a PDF format, which can be manipulated using layers that switch on and off, and are as accessible as a PDF file. The statistical data and algorithms that are generated facilitate detailed data analyses.
While focussing on the practical applications of GIS, we can also improve an existing GIS system to make it more integrated and applicable to the specific project.
Software: Linkd uses ARCGIS 10.0 and has an ARC Info license.