New workshop on data management in movement ecology, which will be held on May 8-12 at the University of Florida Ft. Lauderdale Research & Education Center in Davie, Florida.  During 5 days participants will learn how to set up a database system using PostGIS, and how to unleash its power by interfacing it to clients such as QGIS (visualization and GIS) and R (analysis). The entire training will be based on a real-world dataset (roe deer monitored using GPS telemetry and accelerometers, with several layers of environmental data), and will be entirely reproducible to allow handling of all kinds of data. All details about the workshop can be found on the webpage below and in the attached flier.

PostGIS2017_FL.pdf


https://ase-research.org/training/PostGIS_2017/

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