GIS applied to Municipality Management: Module 8.2 ‘Creation of point layers from tables (Event layers)’

The second video of the eighth module is now available, in which we continue showing how to create point layers from a table. In this case we will create an event layer, that means, a point shapefile from a table with coordinates.

For example, the table can be composed of geographic coordinates that we could get from a topography survey with GPS.

This functionality is another way to generate our cartography in a town hall, in this case when we only have the coordinates of the points.

The cartography to follow this video can be downloaded from this link.

Here you have the second videotutorial of this eighth module:

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