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The content and structure of your text is very good for undergraduate students- good, but not overwhelming, coverage of the important concepts, nicely conceived, but not trivial, numbered step procedures, practical chapter-ending exercises, and plenty of online references. The text will really be useful in expanding business students' awareness of spatial information. -Eugene J. Rathswohl, University of San Diego --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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Not Bad, Was Expecting More 2 Sep 2007
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While the book was informative and gives some theory, I found the lessons too simplistic. There are other workbooks out there students will find much more challenging. For a very basic understanding of GIS and using ESRI's product the book gets a passing grade.
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