As a location intelligence software company, we deal with spatial analysis on a daily basis. Analyses of local conditions are very complex because various factors have to be taken into account. But how exactly do we do that and what tools do we use? Our new blog series sheds light on this.
To be able to make geographic decisions as efficiently as possible, some preparatory work is required in terms of data collection and analysis. In geographic analyses, the essential basic data are viewed on a map and the conditions of the question are defined. By combining numerous geodata with various analysis tools, Geospin creates a decision-making basis for spatially related issues and presents them in a visually easy-to-understand manner.
But how do our analyses work - and which tools do we use for this?
In the following articles we will explain our toolbox in a transparent way and show you the different tools we use. This article will give you a rough overview of what the following series will deal with.
First of all - what is a toolbox?
A toolbox is the set of tools that provides necessary tools. For us, this means tools that are necessary for analyzing and preparing geodata. Our blog series will cover the following tools:
- Isochrone Maps & Routing Directions
- Location Assessment
- Spatial Filter
- Spatial Analysis
It can be difficult to keep track of so many technical terms. Therefore, the following articles will go into detail about the individual categories and their tools. This way you can understand exactly how you will benefit from our analyses.
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