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TAMU GeoServices is hiring for multiple positions
Funded MS and PhD Positions in Computational GIS available at TAMU GeoServices
The Texas A&M Department of Geography is hiring Undergraduate Student Technicians.
The Texas A&M Department of Geography has two PhD Research Assistant Positions available.
Texas A&M has applied to join the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science
USC and Esri are partnering to host the First International Conference on Geocoding on 12/6 and 12/7 2011 on the Esri campus in Redlands, CA.
USC webgis services will be offline for major maintenance from 5/10 - 5/12.
The technical details of the USC WebGIS geocoding platform are available in a recently released report.
'A Geocoding Best Practices Guide' has been released by the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR)
The WebGIS geocode correction tool has been published in the International Journal of Health Geographics
Separate RSS feeds have been created for each of the USC WebGIS notifications
News and service updates and outages can be subscribed to on our new RSS feed
A downloadable desktop client application for the USC Geocoding Engine has been released.
The notification email service has been activated to inform users or service updates, outages, and other informative messages.
The issues that have been preventing Internet Explorer users from successfully logging onto the site have been resolved.
Online documentation has been created and added for the database geocoding.
Online documentation has been created and added for the polygon tracing tool.
Online documentation has been created and added for the geocode correction tool.
USC WebGIS outputs its 409,843rd geocode!
USC GIS Lab Researcher Daniel W. Goldberg presented the USC WebGIS Geocode Correction Service at the Annual Meeting of the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries in Denver, Colorado.
A complete redesign of the USC WebGIS site has been undertaken to create a more user-friendly and consistent feel with the rest of the USC website.
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