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Components of GIS

GIS
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A Geographic Information System (GIS) links locational (spatial) and database (tabular) Information and enables a person to visualize patterns, relationships, and trends.

This process gives a new perspective to data analysis that cannot be seen in a table or list format. The five components of a GIS are listed below.

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