Problem-solving is at the crux of GIS analysis. How do you take the raw input and implement the client’s vision? Numbers can sometimes be messy, but the output analysis and maps must be professional and clear. Below are just a few examples of how I have successfully done this.
Vancouver: Transit and Coffee
“Doctors found traces of blood in my coffee stream.” Source: Unknown Vancouver has its fair share of coffee shops: overRead more.
Toronto’s Greenest Neighourhoods
Toronto is known as a city of neighbourhoods: it is a city of 152 of them, in fact. This includesRead more.
Canada Flag Map
I have a strong analytical mind, but I relish the opportunity to express my creativity through GIS. Inspired by thisRead more.