A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographic data. It delivers real-time, location-based insights. Geographic data requires unique additional tools and techniques compared to non-spatial data, and they should be treated differently to make full use of all their information.
GeoQuants has been working on different steps of geo-spatial information chains, and can help your organization better deal with obstacles in your data flow.
Visualization is an extremely powerful tool in communication, especially for its ability to convey results or ideas to non-experts.
Visualization is an important step to make sense of our data. It has multiple roles, all illustrated through the following Geoquants projects.