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    Free Course: Bringing Data to Life with Google Fusion Tables PDF Print E-mail
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    04 January 2012

    On Monday, January 9th we will be releasing a free self-paced, web based, e-learning course entitled: Bringing Data to Life with Google Fusion Tables 

    Part 1 of this course will be released on Monday. Part 2: Programming the Google Fusion Tables API will be released later this year.

    An interesting training opportunity is coming up with a free course on Google Fusion Tables. Some details from Eric at GeospatialTraining - Part 1 of this course will be released on Monday. Part 2: Programming the Google Fusion Tables API will be released later this year. All lectures for this course will be pre-recorded and available at your convenience. Exercises are also provided to reinforce the concepts you learn in lecture. To register, go to http://bit.ly/gufusion01 and click the link for the Bringing Data to Life with Google Fusion Tables link

    All lectures for this course will be pre-recorded and available at your convenience. Exercises are also provided to reinforce the concepts you learn in lecture.

    In this course you will learn how to use the Google Fusion Tables platform to:

    Find and map public data sets including demographics, census, environmental, and much more
    Upload data to secure, hosted tables
    Create visualizations of your data including maps, charts, and graphs
    Symbolize your data
    Create heat maps from point data
    Create thematic maps
    Geocode addresses
    Export data to KML or delimited files
    Embed maps and other visualizations in web pages
    Share your data with others
    Merge your data with other data sets

    Anyone can join this course. 

    To register, go to http://bit.ly/gufusion01 and click the link for the Bringing Data to Life with Google Fusion Tables link

     
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