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ArcGIS: A platform for designing and managing solutions through the application of geographic knowledge. ArcGIS includes solutions and tools for: GIS Professionals can create, manage, and share geographic data, maps, and analytical models using desktop and server applications. Extend the reach of your GIS across your organization and onto the web. Location Analytics offers a way to add a geographic dimension to your business analytics systems. Make informed decisions by visualizing critical information on a map. Developers can add mapping to web, mobile, and desktop applications using a choice of languages.


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  1. Jacob van Etten: R Package gdistance: Distances and Routes on Geographical Grids (2017)
  2. Özceylan, Eren; Uslu, Ayşenur; Erbaş, Mehmet; Çetinkaya, Cihan; İşleyen, Selçuk Kürşat: Optimizing the location-allocation problem of pharmacy warehouse: a case study in Gaziantep (2017)
  3. Yougbaré, W. Jacob; Datoloumbeye, Chrispin: Multi-criteria methodology for the choice of the site location of a storage and water transport work in Ouagadougou (2017)
  4. Yougbaré, W. Jacob; Datoloumbeye, Chrispin: Multi-criteria analysis for flood risk runoff in Ouagadougou (2017)
  5. Shaddick, Gavin; Zidek, James V.: Spatio-temporal methods in environmental epidemiology (2016)
  6. Wang, Jiayang; Song, Peizheng; Wang, Zhuo; Zhang, Bi; Liu, Wei; Yu, Jing: A combined model for regional eco-environmental quality evaluation based on particle swarm optimization-radial basis function network (2016)
  7. Isabella Gollini; Binbin Lu; Martin Charlton; Christopher Brunsdon; Paul Harris: GWmodel: An R Package for Exploring Spatial Heterogeneity Using Geographically Weighted Models (2015)
  8. Tomislav Hengl; Pierre Roudier; Dylan Beaudette; Edzer Pebesma: plotKML: Scientific Visualization of Spatio-Temporal Data (2015)
  9. Wang, Fahui: Quantitative methods and socio-economic applications in GIS. With foreword by Michael Batty (2015)
  10. Arlinghaus, Sandra Lach; Kerski, Joseph J.: Spatial mathematics. Theory and practice through mapping (2013)
  11. Bivand, Roger S.; Pebesma, Edzer J.; Gómez-Rubio, Virgilio: Applied spatial data analysis with R (2013)
  12. Lloyd, Christopher D.: Local models for spatial analysis. (2011)
  13. Anagnostopoulos, K. P.; Vavatsikos, A. P.; Spiropoulos, N.; Kraias, I.: Land suitability analysis for natural wastewater treatment systems using a new GIS add-in for supporting criterion weight elicitation methods (2010)
  14. Bozkaya, Burcin; Yanik, Seda; Balcisoy, Selim: A GIS-based optimization framework for competitive multi-facility location-routing problem (2010)
  15. Di Martino, Fernandino; Loia, Vincenzo; Sessa, Salvatore: Extended fuzzy C-means clustering algorithm for hotspot events in spatial analysis (2008)
  16. Hill, Jason; Hossain, Faisal; Sivakumar, Bellie: Is correlation dimension a reliable proxy for the number of dominant influencing variables for modeling risk of arsenic contamination in groundwater? (2008)
  17. Wheeler, David C.; Waller, Lance A.: Mountains, valleys, and rivers: the transmission of raccoon rabies over a heterogeneous landscape (2008)
  18. Girard, Luigi Fusco; De Toro, Pasquale: Integrated spatial assessment: a multicriteria approach to sustainable development of cultural and environmental heritage in San Marco dei Cavoti, Italy (2007)
  19. Legleiter, Carl J.; Kyriakidis, Phaedon C.: Forward and inverse transformations between Cartesian and channel-fitted coordinate systems for meandering rivers (2006)
  20. Petrişor, Al.; Drane, J. W.; Dragomirescu, L.: The DAC statistic: properties and use in detection of clusters (2006)

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