Learn GIS for free. Module 2: Working with Views

We continue with the second module of the free GIS course, where we are going to show you how to work with Views.

Through four video-tutorials you will be able to learn to load all type of geographic information in gvSIG Desktop, to use the main navigation and selection tools, and to apply legends ans labeling to represent your data.

To follow the course you need:

2.1 Load vector geographic data

 2.2 Zoom and graphic selection

2.3 Define vector layers legend

2.4 gvSIG labels procedure

Enjoy!

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12 Responses to Learn GIS for free. Module 2: Working with Views

  1. Dina says:

    Great tutorials! Love the examples!

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