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GIS & Geospatial Technologies: USP 140: Healthy Placemaking

This guide provides GIS tutorials, data, books, course-specific GIS guides and other geospatial related information that might be of interest.

Healthy Placemaking Analysis: Map

The information you collected from Survey123 (best places on campus) and Google Form (demographic data) are accessible in the Healthy Placemaking Analysis Map.

Use the filters to analyze the map. You have several pre-existing filters you can use. However, the power will be in your ability to create filters that you are interested in. You can filter on any of the fields in the map. You can also filter on more than one field (e.g. want to view best places to nap from all commuter students). 

The short video below will show you how to use filters on the map. If you have questions, stop by the Data & GIS Lab and ask the staff member who is working at the desk or you can send me an email.


Use the following resources to help you with mapping places across campus.

How to update the Survey123 form on your phone with the consolidated categories. 

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Amy Work
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