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Using OpenStreetMap in your GIS Projects

Using OpenStreetMap in your GIS Projects
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james[dot]fee[at]gmail[dot]com
GIS pros know how to leverage federal, state and local datasets into their workflows but there is a huge free dataset available to anyone. OpenStreetMap is the greatest data source available to map makers and GIS analysts. Yet it is thought of as a basemap for other datasets. James will go through the steps needed to extract, load and use OpenStreetMap in your projects. From roads, political boundaries, buildings and points of interest, there are tons of great ways to leverage this data. Plus it is free to use so you don't have to worry about licensing costs or restrictions on how you can use it. The focus will be on using Esri desktop software, but James will show you how to leverage free open source tools as well.
 
 
 
 
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