shrug-l: GIS contacts in South Florida?

Shivangi Prasad shivangi_p at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 20 23:21:54 EDT 2007


Does anyone know of a GIS e-mail Listserv (similar to SHRUG) for the Palm 
Beach County / Broward County area? I am a geographer with some GIS teaching 
and Industry experience and I recently moved from Tallahassee to Boca Raton. 
I am looking for jobs in the area and wanted to get in touch with the GIS 
community here. Any contacts anyone?

Thanks,

Shivangi Prasad

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Today's Topics:

    1. 4th Annual GIS Symposium and Workshops (Dr. Steve Ramroop)
    2. Geocoded point split (Yasar Korkmaz)


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From: "Dr. Steve Ramroop" <sramroop at troy.edu>
Reply-To: "Dr. Steve Ramroop" <sramroop at troy.edu>
To: "Steve Ramroop" <sramroop at troy.edu>
Subject: shrug-l: 4th Annual GIS Symposium and Workshops
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 12:38:44 -0500

4th Annual GIS Symposium and Workshops



“Developments in GIS”

November 15 & 16, 2007

Troy University, Troy AL



Three Workshops on November 15, 2007



·       Bridging the GAP: GIS specialists to the Land Surveyors

·       Bridging the GAP: Land Surveyors to the GIS specialists

·       3-D Scanning



Technical Session on November 16, 2007. Topics include:



·        Environmental Space

·        Spatial Data Mining

·        Perspectives on Spatial Systems and much more



For exhibit, program & registration details, please visit the webpage at:  
http://www.auei.auburn.edu/gis/



Full registration: $75.00 (Includes 1 workshop and symposium)

Student registration: $ 25.00 (Current Student ID required at registration)



For information on exhibiting or presenting at this year’s symposium, 
please contact Dr. Steve Ramroop, Geomatics Director, Troy University at 
sramroop at troy.edu




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From: "Yasar Korkmaz" <Yasar.Korkmaz at citizensfla.com>
To: <shrug-l at lists.dep.state.fl.us>
Subject: shrug-l: Geocoded point split
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 16:07:34 -0400
Has anyone used the Geocode Point Split script from the ESRI's
Arcscripts? This script splits up the address points that has the same
X,Y values after geocoding (i.e. if the address is shared by more than
one person all these people end up having the same x,y values as their
address geocoding results and this script splits these points in
ArcMap). However, I could not figure out a way to control the distance
to shift points. The script works, that is it splits the points with the
same X,Y but these points fall to far apart from each other. The only
value the script would accept is "1" and that puts split points too far
away from each other.



This is a very common problem with geocoding units in apartment
complexes as they all attain the same X,Y value after geocoding. If
anyone has been dealing with this issue and would like to share their
experiences/thoughts on dealing with this issue, I will really
appreciate it.



Thanks





Yasar Korkmaz

Geographic Information Systems Analyst

Citizens Property Insurance Corp.

2101 Maryland Circle

Tallahassee, FL 32303

Office    : (850) 521-8315

Fax       : (850) 575-1879









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