Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis 1

Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis (ESDA) is a group of techniques used to describe and visualize spatial distributions, to highlight patterns affecting the distribution of observations and to identify outlier values. Each interpolation technique has its own advantages and disadvantages, depending on the characteristics of the input dataset. ESDA techniques provide the GIS user with guidance…

Tip 1: Georeferencing

Welcome to the first of our Petroleum GIS Tips series, where members of our training team will explain how to perform a common E&P task or petroleum GIS workflow using ArcGIS Desktop. ¬†First up is an old chestnut – georeferencing an image. Georeferencing Images One day you are lurking by the coffee machine discussing your…

The Investment that Keeps on Giving

At Exprodat we often have to communicate the value of training, especially when times are hard (hello credit crunch). A while ago I came across an interesting blog post on the ESRI Training Matters website which summed this up nicely. It being some months since it was posted, and ESRI being enthusiastic bloggers, it has…